The problem with daily goals

The problem with daily goals is the fact that I’ve called them daily goals. Instead they should be called more like a daily guideline. I want to be putting stuff out, like regular stuff out daily, but whether I can actually get it done daily is another question. I’ve already said that I sometimes I have three or four hours in a day, other days I actually have no hours in the day, so putting out daily content can be extremely stressful. So I’m looking at taking some of the stress out of it by – I’d often approach it from the fact that – I’ve reached my daily goals ‘that’s it it’s time to relax and take a break’. But instead, I think, I need to, in those points where I can actually get ahead a little bit, is to get ahead and get some stuff prepped for tomorrow, some stuff shot for tomorrow and some stuff drawn for tomorrow and so that I can find it easier to actually meet the daily goals that I’m setting.

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