Some side effects of authorship include overwhelm, disorganization, feeling frazzeled, too many genious ideas to know what to do with, and drowning in notes.
In fact, in my experience most writers practically live in that state.
you just can't get organized...
You had all intentions of sitting down to write your next scene, but you couldn’t find your notes! WHERE THE HECK DID I PUT MY NOTES, ANYWAY?
You pulled out all three of your planners (you know, the separate ones you have for novel writing, blog management, and personal life stuff) and still thought, “Okay, now do I even need to focus on today?!”
You might even be a bit frustrated thinking, “How do these other authors make it look so easy? When I think about everything on my plate, I have no idea where to start!”
You want to be able to wake up each day, knowing what you need to prioritize, and start checking things off. #BOOKBOSS
Can you remember the last time you sat down to work and thought “Holy moly, I’ve GOT this!”?
If the thought of balancing the creative process with the business side of things gives you one big headache…I’m here to tell you that you’re not alone
That was me a few years ago, too!
But after discovering Trello for authors, I have used it for everything from writing books, managing blogs, starting and running businesses, planning my day-to-day, and everything in between.
Long gone are the days of shuffling between three planners, two journals, and a million document files just to start a writing session, navigating days blindly, and setting literary world domination goals only to have them fall through for lack of a system
And I am on a mission to help others do the same!
Trello for authors will help you organize both your working and non-working life, and simplify the day-to-day management system so that you can spend less time in maintenance-mode and more time in creation-mode (or leisure mode – totally your choice).
You could save 5 hours per week of wasted time looking for files and documents with an all-in-one author headquarters.
You could develop, streamline, and implement a project workflow that simplifies your workload and allows you to go further, faster.
You could manage your daily tasks to effectively boost your productivity, and get rid of the stress and anxiety that comes with organized choas.
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I started Thriving Scribes from my laptop in 2017 with nothing more than an itch to share my writing process with others and the desire to cultivate a community of authors who root for eachother. I’ve spent the past 5+ years of my life cultivating tools, systems, and strategies to better organize my writing life, prioritize my goals, and create solid game-plans to make things happen.
I created my Trello system out of necessity. Throughout my writing journey I’ve been through terrible bouts of frazzledness and shiny object syndrome along with being a homeschooling mom and military spouse. I know what it’s like to have your eye on the prize but no clear system on how to get there.
This program is the exact model I use to balance my own life and career and includes everything I’ve learned about using Trello for organization and productivity. No matter where you are in your writing journey, you can make the changes necessary to be a THRIVING SCRIBE!