The other day I was told that I don't have my priorities straight... just because I was working on my story (well, actually scouting the location to be able to describe it better) instead of stressing out over a job interview. There was two times for the interview, so I knew that I would be back in plenty of time to attend the second time slot... but still, since I was more focused on my writing all my priorities are screwy.
This made me think. What some people count as important may seem like procrastination to another... like writing. Because writing isn't centred around my real-world job or making money (at the moment) it shouldn't be counted as a high priority task, but to me it does.
How does one decide what needs to be done now or what can be left till later? Also, does anyone else have the problem that people don't take you seriously after learning you're a writer or think it's a waste of valuable time?
Celebrate the Small Things 28-4-17
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