After all...things like power outages happen, and then there's Christmas vacation where I'm in Oregon with no actually-working internet for a week. (It does, it's just SO abysmally slow that I really can't do anything.) So it makes sense that I write daily, post as I can, always posting the moment it becomes convenient to do so.
Anyway, while not specific to recent stuff, something that I'm probably going to do is more red hood rider stuff. More specifically, Jocelyn Samara, author/artist of the comic Rain, gave the advice that for her webcomic, she works on something Rain-related every single day. Maybe it's not a drawing, but she'll always do something, as to make it always be on her mind every day.
I pretty much do that already, but I want to put it into practice even more. I can't really produce art that fast, but what I can do is note compilation and/or scriptwriting, both of which I can do plenty of in a day. While NaNoWriMo means it's a reduced priority, I still think it's good to do.
...Speaking of NaNoWriMo...that might actually be good advice to keep me working on the novels. Not necessarily writing words every day, but doing something for each of them would be a good idea. Not exactly sure what at this point, but if I can manage to keep them in my head and work on them, I'll be golden.
Yeah, my life's pretty crowded, between job search, lifeguarding, activities such as tae kwon do and dancing, comicfury, mafia stuff, red hood rider, and my novels, but somehow, I think I'm actually kinda sorta balancing them all! (For the most part, anyway.) I might not have the IDEAL balance, but I have balance all the same. Feels good.