One of the most common questions that I get asked ishow I manage my time as a full-time content creator.
I will not lie; I love to be busy; in fact, I have always thrived on a packed schedule. One of the main reasons I always wanted to work for myself is that I often find that我努力工作并不像corporat“欣赏”e setting and often taken advantage of.Now that I work for myself, I know all my hard work is for something I love and my dream career.
Before we get into my schedule, I want to start by saying I am aHUGE To-do list person, and I love to be superORGANIZED.
I map out my contentone month in advance,and I always film my videosat least 1.5 weeks in advance.While I understand this is not everyone’s filming style, this is what helps me stay organized.
I like totreat my brand as a full-time job.
I scheduleworking hours整整一天,我也计划lunch breaks, vacation days, and proper sick days. This allows me not to overwork myself and prevent myself from burning out.
However, I do make sure thatI am working when it is working hours,whether it is testing recipes, filming, editing, doing admin work, or grocery shopping.
Below is an example of how I schedule my workday:
10 am – 11 amZoom call with my team, answer email, breakfast and also getting ready
11 am – 12 pmposting time (IG + TIKTOK) and answering DMs and comments
12 pm – 12:30 pmlunch break
12:30 pm – 1:00 pmsetting up filming station
1:00 pm – 4:00 pmfilming
4:00 pm – 5:00 pmclean up and break
5:00 pm – 6:00 pmIG post goes up and answering DMs and Comments
6:00 pm – 8:00 pmbreak and dinner time
8:00 pm – 10:00 pmediting and preparing deliverables for brand deals and projects
10:00 pm – 12:00 pmblog post and newsletter
I like to schedule my week base on what I am doing that day. I make sure tofill out my calendar every Sunday nightto reflect on what is due this week and what I want to work on.
MONDAY –Admin + Meeting Day
TUESDAY –Filming + Blogging
WEDNESDAY –Admin + Recipe Testing Day
THURSDAY –Filming + Blogging
FRIDAY –Meeting (half day)
SATURDAY –Filming (half day)
SUNDAY –DAY OFF
I will detailwhat recipes are going LIVE this week, what I want to film this week, and what recipes I want to test this week.
This also helps mesave money on grocery shoppingas I am never wasting products since I know exactly what I will be trying and filming for the week.
During my off days, I will give myself acomplete social media break to reset and spend time with family and friends.I don’t work till midnight every night; however, everyone is different. I tend to be more creative at night when I like to write my blog posts.
The best part about working for yourself is that you are incomplete control of your schedule;however, it is importantnot to overwork yourself and also to be efficient with your time as you are wearing many hats.
Here is myFREE 2021 Content Calendar that you can download.I also love to havean agendato organize my week and a notebook to jot down any creative ideas that may pop up.
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