In the middle of my morning ritual I felt I need more sleep. I caught a nap.
I went to work earlier than usual, because we had a meeting at client’s site. On a train to work I wrote 580 words continuing the Quora answer from yetserday. I had some spare time, so I wrote 150 more words in Starbucks.
On a train back home I napped again.
I brought coal sacks to a furnace room.
A was on an on-call. A client called and I worked for my employer for about an hour.
I took another nap.
I slept 7 hours. I napped 25 minutes in the morning, 25 minutes on a train back home and 40 minutes in the afternoon.
In the morning I saw kids off to school.
I wrote 190 words finishing an email broadcast. I formatted it and scheduled in Aweber and Mailchimp.
Before work I wrote a Quora answer (500 words). I started another one (140 words) on a train back home.
In the afternoon I attended my mastermind’s call.
I wrote three emails to my customers.
I sent a bunch of orders for ads to my wife and assisted her with a few cases.
I did 102 dips. A record.
I slept 7 hours.
I woke up at 6 am, did my morning routine and saw kids off to school.
I finished the Medium article (450 words) and started an email broadcast (230 words).
I replied to an email from an author.
I created two orders for 80+ ad campaigns.
I created the template ad for a new author.
I reviewed books’ pages of two authors interested in my AMS services.
On a train to work I wrote my feedback to those two prospects. I finished and sent emails at the office.
Back at home, I created 86 campaigns for my two customers, because my teenage son was too lazy to create them.
I checked on my coaching clients.
I slept about 7 hours. I napped 10 minutes on a train back home.
In the morning I wrote 760 words for my novel in three chunks.
I went to a cinema with my daughter for “Fernando.”
In the afternoon I went with my kids to a church.
In the evening I went to a swimming pool for two sauna sessions.
I went to bed a bit after 11 pm.
I slept over 7.5 hours. I napped almost an hour.
I had to re-process twice a bunch of keywords to put them finally in 700-keyword chunks. Then I tested that they will work by submitting 24 ad campaigns.
Finally, I sent orders for about 400 new campaigns.
I exchanged a few emails with authors.
I cleaned the furnace room and brought coal sacks.
In the late afternoon I wrote 810 words for a Quora answer.
In the evening I watched a couple of movies with my wife. “The Good Girl” with Jennifer Anniston was especially good.
I slept 7.5 hours.
I wrote 410 words finishing the outline for a new book.
I corrected and published a couple of book reviews on Amazon.
I wrote 300 words continuing a Medium article started over a week ago.
On a train to work I replied to a few emails, mostly from my readers.
Today was Fat Thursday. I ate two donuts and a whole load of traditional Polish sweet cookies baked by my wife.
In the evening I tried to create new campaigns for my books. No luck, the bug didn’t let me.
I replied to a few more emails, 11 overall.
I did 99 dips. A record.
I slept 7 hours. I napped 10 minutes on a train to work and about 30 minutes in the afternoon.
I did my morning routine and saw kids off to school.
I created a US bank account via TransferWire.
I wrote a book review and sent it to my proofreader.
I discovered that the bug on my AMS account is less severe if I use about 700 0keywords per ad campaign. I created a couple new campaigns.
On a train to work I divided the first but last list of keywords into 700-keyword chunks.
In the evening I spent a couple of hours fighting with the bug in my AMS. It took me so long, because I wasn’t very successful at it. I had to resubmit a couple of campaigns for 7 times.
I exchanged a couple of emails with a prospect just before going to bed.
I slept 7 hours. I napped 10 minutes on a train to work.