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Fri Mar 11, 2011 1:50 am
ToritheMonster says...

I was just thinking about how I used to be an avid storybooker, and haven't done one in so long because it's very difficult to keep up. Does anybody have any tips on how to keep up with a SB when you have a very, very busy lifestyle? Or should I just not bother?
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Fri Mar 11, 2011 8:09 am
Rydia says...

This has been my problem lately as well! One method that works quite well is making an open slot of time every other day within which you can post in the storybook should it be your turn. Just plan to have an hour before bed/ stay up an hour longer than you might normally and then if there's no new posts to respond to, you get a bonus hour to do other stuff.

I can't say much though because I've been fail on this site lately and I'm only just keeping up with my other RPG forum.
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Fri Mar 11, 2011 8:08 pm
SisterItaly says...

I really don't have the same problem, but when I do find I'm getting very busy I set a time limit to be online and try to post then. Usually if that happens it's before bed every night and stretch my normal sleep time just to post.
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