I've been writing for a while, and I'm at a point in my life where I want to make my writing a priority. I've got a lot of stuff I can refine and put out there. Unfortunately, I missed the boat when it came to edumicating myself the proper way as it relates to being a writer. (ie: college) The trouble is; there's so many things to do, how to build structure and stay organized-what tools out there are best? - A blog--I'm thinking Wordpress is gonna be the way to go. What about Wix & Weebly? As I build that platform, I'm gonna be asking questions on that subject. For example-I have thoughts on an ongoing daily short read(already wrote dozens of them that I wanna refine). I own the url for that as well as my author url. That can be just another page on my main WP thingy, right? What platform do you prefer? - Tracking my peeps. No, not the marshmallow kind; it's mid-July and the ones from Easter are stale. Well, not really. I've eaten them (on a dare from my six-year-old at the time) after labor day and I was fine("Mommy-when is Daddy coming out of the bathroom?"). Do Peeps have a shelf life? I'm guessing preppers have a lot of them on their shelf. But I digress. What I mean is; as I read an ebook and think ok-I want to watch this guy-how do you track them and stay somewhat consistent? Signing up for the daily email will fill your Yahoo! box, but what is a better way? My bookmarks are way out of hand. Is there some sort of organizer to open that takes you to all of your writer people, and to Writing Forums dot org and to meetup-Central Pa Writers Workshop? - The Dell Laptop is doing fine. But they say Macs are soooo much better. Ugh-what nightmare would it be to switch when it's time to retire this one, and what about hanging onto my old version of Photoshop? I still have the disk and the code-I don't wanna switch to the online thingy. - Writing software? WTF is that? I got Word, Dude! Obviously, I'm pretty green at all of this. I'd love to hear how all of you structure your writing pursuit. Ok. You can stop laughing now. C'mon, really? You were this green before, right? No, you're right. I probably don't want you to answer that.