... do you dedicate to other than writing, "learning", and playing? If you know.
-- You categorize as you like, --that may be a part of "it" for you.
Me, I'm not "satisfied" if I am not dedicating at least 50% of my time ,
- Demo's are part of writing for me... so "recording" to wright
Ah, yes, that's 200% or 10% each, I'm not sure yet, with the balance being "administrative" work.
Personally it bothers me, and I think negatively affects my "work product" (for music) if I get lost in organizing files, checking what was done like "did I krappe pile that one", printed out a final version of another, loosing songs in a pile (oh, hate that one), "administrative stuff" (organizing for CR reg... OMG!).
Fortunately for me, how I work, -- I do always have multiple copies of files, if not at least "one back up", -- if only, at least, to "remember" the song for review later, 20 deep in the pile, and etc. as we all deal with. So PC work is not an issue for me.
-- And, above, I quoted learning, since it is almost a secondary question, category, interest, of its own (for me) -- after decades of "learning" and changing, etc., I find if I am not seeking out totally new stuff, I feel "badly", so to speak or maybe it's "unsatisfied". Learning, --it could be anything, like a deep theory course of stuff I'll never use :), or Cello, or NAF, or like this year due to others here using Harmonica (Chip, others...) the Harmonica.
And you, --if even think about this stuff?