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Free Download: The Un-Schedule Worksheet

by Jennifer on May 6, 2010

In yesterday’s post, I detailed what an un-schedule is and how to use it. Here is the FREE downloadable worksheet I promised you:

un-schedule_worksheet

I hope this un-schedule worksheet helps you manage your writing time more effectively.

Note: The un-schedule worksheet is just one of the many worksheets available in the Butt-In-Chair eGuide.


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1 Brittany May 10, 2010 at 7:29 pm

I’ve been struggling with finding writing time for a while. Once I had writing time, I would suddenly lose the discipline to start writing and get distracted. I printed out this worksheet and filled it out, and realized that I have 18 1/2 available hours to write this week! Of course, about 6 or 7 will be taken up with blog-reading, internet-surfing, and Twittering, and I’ll probably try to get some exercise, but if I cut back on the internet time, I can get a lot of writing done this week!

Thanks for the worksheet, Jen! 🙂

2 jblan May 11, 2010 at 10:31 pm

@Brittany Wow! That’s a lot of available hours. I’m happy to hear the worksheet worked for you.

3 Margaret December 15, 2010 at 7:39 pm

Hi the unschedule link appears to be broken. I got a 404 webpage not found error.

4 Jennifer January 3, 2011 at 10:26 pm

@Margaret Thanks for letting me know! I’ve fixed it and it’s working now.

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