Managing: there's a great interview with Joss Whedon on how to get things done, and it merits repeat reading so I can remember what needs applying to Life. Project-wise, this includes setting up all of the Charm School material for publishing---digital and print, and actually making new Charm School stories. Fancy that. As the old material will make up five graphic albums, I can safely say (or dangerously, however one looks at it), that to bring the storyline to a satisfying end, the albums will go to seven volumes.
With that finally visualised, there's more to also maintain (and start): The Dark Victorian series, for which I've revamped covers planned. The Elle Black Penny Dreads, also getting new covers (ha! I haven't even finished writing book 2 yet, but yes, a new look for that line). And I certainly would like to get Wit's World: Never Was, my YA novel, off the back burner and nearer to reality.
Joss gives some keys to understanding, and so does a book I'm consulting at the moment for further guidance. But really, it's all sweat and tears. And luck.
Joss Whedon link: