Welcome to the latest edition of “Ask An Artist” where artists and writers of Comic Indie field various questions which may help others out there.
Today’s question: How do you find time to work on your project(s)?
“Know your personal peak time of the day. Devote time to work on your project during that peak time a few times week. I’m a morning person. A few times a week, I wake up early so that I may dedicate undistracted time to work on my projects before going to my job.”
~Submitted by JP
“It’s all about keeping to a strict schedule. I’m rigid with my work hours. At 4:30 I’m out the door. My boss can set his watch by what time i get to work and when I leave. One hour at the gym, not one second more. Even though I work almost 60 hours a week at work, I’m still able to spend about 15 hours a week on my book.
Oh, and very little social media! It’s a time suck.”
~Submitted by Billy Witt
If you want to share your tips on finding time to work on your projects, or if you have a question you’d like to ask, please do so in the comment section.
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