I've decided that I'm going to start prioritizing my goals. After all, no to do list ever gets done haphazardly. My top priority, if I could only get one thing done today, would be my website. My second priority would be learning Japanese, both written and spoken Japanese. My novel comes third, it's been a long time since I've work on that. I need to buckle down and do it. Then, I can work on my Manga. At the end of the day, I'll likely watch an Anime of some sort. I can't keep procrastinating and not getting things done. I won't be able to make money, I won't be able to get to Japan, if I don't get some things done. The key is to break them down into manageable tasks. The novel could be broken down into Character Development. In other words, how many characters are there going to be in the novel. What is each characters purpose, what do they like/dislike, what is their strength/weakness, how do they accomplish this? The story itself could be broken down into basic story outline, acts, scenes, etc. Even scenes could be broken down if you wanted them to. Then, you have Planet or environment geography, etc etc. Where does the story take place? What areas or cities do the heroes/heroines visit? There is a lot to think about. Too much to put here. But, it all doesn't have to be done in one day either. It just has to be done. A day without doing anything, is a wasted day. Except when you are forced to because of a medical condition. Most people never really unwrap their present day. They just keep doing the same thing over and over again hoping for a different result or some sort of magic to fall into place. Remember, magic happens when you put forth the effort and intent. After all, that's all magic really is, as is prayer. Ever had a prayer answered when you didn't do anything at all? Nope, me neither.