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How Do They Do It?

Posted by Iszi on August 5, 2004

Greetings, Readers.

I came home from work today rather weary, as usual, and contemplated posting something up here, although I didn’t quite know what yet. Although the past few days have not been uneventful, it’s really not been much worth reporting either. Primary reason I hadn’t posted Tuesday or Wednesday morning was because I came home from work and went straight to the crash-zone, since I’d had to work the previous night on both those days. Monday and Tuesday nights are usually reserved off so I can go to cell group (Mondays) and TLR (Tuesdays), and not have to worry about feeling too burnt-out at work from having woken up several hours earlier than usual. But, to get the days off I needed for last weekend’s Men’s Encounter, I had to work Monday and Tuesday nights this week. So, it was definitely crash-time after work on those nights.

So, instead of posting, I went and browsed some of the Webcomics and other Blogs I keep track of, then went off and put a few levels on my units in Shattered Galaxy. Then, a thought came to me that I figured, for some reason, I should post.

How do they do it?

I mean, the guys that put out those Webcomics I read every day. How do they do it? How do they keep up with work, family, social life, and their webcomics all at the same time? And they don’t just do this one or two days a week, most of them do it close to every day of the week! UserFriendly updates 7 days/week, LeastICouldDo 6/week, and Real Life 5/wk. And most of them have forums and blogs on their websites, too! So not only are they having to plan, draw, and publish their comics every day, but they’re also having to keep up a reasonably regular posting schedule in their blogs and forums (which, I know from experience, keeping up with a whole forum at once can be a massive task), and on top of that, try to keep up with the (likely) massive influx of e-mails they must receive every day from their readers alone, not to mention family and friends.

So, my question is, “How do they do it?” and, more importantly “How can I do it?”.

That’s all for now.

– Iszi


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