Here's the thing. There are currently a lot of things going on in my head creatively, and I find I am thinking about them constantly. This is both a blessing and a curse (and not one of those cool superhero curse type of things); on the one hand, this is way better than being in a creative funk where you can't think of anything.
On the other hand, I feel sometimes that I've put too much on my plate. There's so much that I'm trying to do, when I probably should be doing One Thing, and putting my focus on that. Ostensibly, that One Thing should be my Podcast, but I think I should be trying to relegate that back into hobby territory.*
I don't mind that I'm working on several things at once. What I would prefer is to set aside specific times in the week where I can just switch this on, rather than be thinking about it all the time and become frustrated when I can't do anything about it, or have no time to work on it. Also, I have a lot of things going on at work right now, and I probably should be focusing on that, you know? Instead, I am writing a random blog post to eat up some time at work.
Once again this comes back to time management. I think I made that a resolution at the start of the year? I'm not sure. In any case I'm not going to re-visit my resolutions until June. In the meantime, I plan on watching the first DVD of my "DVD Survivor" series soon...I just need to find some time in my week to do it.
* - This will help in my feelings of "wow this is not nearly as good as it could/should be" re: the Podcast.