When you are the parent of a special needs child, sticking to even a basic schedule can be almost impossible. Imagine looking at the flight board in an airport and for every plane's departure time it just said, "Hell if we know."
You constantly have to change, pivot, and deal with the unexpected.
In addition to many other challenges our child has sleep disorders. As a result, he goes to school at a different time pretty much every day. Today I got him there with only two hours left in the school day. Rather than killing valuable time driving back and forth to the house, I set up camp at a nearby library and got to work there.
It would be great to go into an office at the same time every day and to be able to work all day uninterrupted. Right now that's not a possibility.
I worked a while this morning at home, bouncing between my office and the kitchen (thank God for laptops and wireless access). Now I'm working across from the "Books On Hold" section.
I'd love to pay professional photographers to photograph my clients (both bands and businesses) every week, both in their offices / studios and on the road. Right now that is not a possibility.
Instead today I found a photographer who took some great shots of a client at a recent festival. I contacted her and arranged for use of those photos.