Vacation Tips In This Over-Connected Age: Queue Up Posts & Tweets

by Randy Murray on July 28, 2010

Yes, I’m on vacation, but you’re getting a fresh post. How is that?

I wrote them all last week. I always write them a week ahead. I’m actually working TWO weeks in advance so not only do I have fresh posts to publish while I’m on vacation, but there will also be finished posts completed for the week of my return. I’ll stay one week ahead.

You can do the same thing yourself, even queue up Tweets, if you must.

Your goal is to make sure you can remain free and unburdened during your vacation so you can rest and recharge. You might have to work a little harder before you leave, but the knowledge that you won’t return to a deficit should help you feel good about your vacation.

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1 Jim Raffel July 28, 2010 at 8:44 am

I know you are enjoying your vacation. Thanks for the link back to your guest post. I’m actually 4-5 days ahead now myself and gaining a day here and there. The goal is 8 posts ready to go. I like being able to look the posts over 24 hours after writing them and giving my editing team (wife/daughter) a chance to look at them as well.


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