ANNOUNCING NEW SECTION ON THE BLOG! STAY TUNED!

(Podéis leer este artículo en Español aquí. ♦ Podem ler este artigo em Português aqui.)

This Saturday I’ll inaugurate a new section on the blog! I have called it “The Routine 1.0 of …” and its main goal is that other bloggers tell me how they organize their daily routine around their blog. Since I am a disaster organizing myself (although I like to do lists, tables, plans, to plan, to take notes and brief notes…), I have always wondered how the people behind my favorite blogs were doing it. That’s why I’ve sent them an open letter asking for their collaboration! I also have thrown the request in Facebook, in the group of Bloguer@s Fandanguer@s. But anyone who wants to send me their text telling me about their own routine can be part of this! I’ll translate your text to Portuguese and Spanish and I’ll publish a text per month, the first Saturday of every month.

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Why to call this new section “The Routine 1.0 of…”? You may ask… Because nowadays we call 1.0 to the real world, to our physical life, and world 2.0 to our online life, in the Internet world.

One of my biggest worries and difficulties is to conciliate the life 2.0 with the 1.0, I mean, how do I connect all my activities together? The domestic tasks, to take care of my baby daughter, to cook, to go out for a walk, to watch the series that my husband and I follow (too many), to procrastinate, to prepare content for the blog, to write posts and to wander on the Internet… It intrigues me very much how other bloggers organize their day (or if they are so disorganized like I am and they don’t organize anything) and I would like to be a small fly to enter their homes and watch them working.

I’ve already red several guides to learn how to organize my time, to separate tasks, but I realized that I’m just not that way… I digress too much, get lost in my own thoughts and dreams, I’m very inconstant and when I realize, I’ve spent the whole day doing just one thing (or to be with my daughter, or to take care of the house, or to read your blogs, or to dedicate time to mine …). I even created my own blog planner hoping to center and focus myself a little bit, but it remains difficult to me…

That’s why I thought about creating this section, a space where every month a blogger tells me their daily routine, their week of work and how they conciliate their real life with their online life. I want to learn from them as much as I can and, who knows, to help someone that feels the same way that I do.

So, stay tuned, because this Saturday we’ll give voice to Pepe Oliva, from DIYviértete!

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