I don't know about other people, but I'm generally unsatisfied with how far I'm getting in the story on any given week.
I update twice a week (Tuesday and Friday). I try to have an installment ready by 1 or 2 am my time (Eastern), but often I end up updating the next morning, early afternoon or even evening of the day I plan for. This isn't the end of the world because in the end, it's always up.
It's just that it would be easier if I ever developed a buffer, of say, one post or wrote shorter updates or something... Except honestly, if anything I should be writing longer updates (because seriously I just spent two weeks in which all my characters did was talk and this is a superhero serial...).
Mind you, all that talking had a purpose and we're just about out of it, but with two updates a week, you really can have two weeks of talking fairly easily.
In an ideal world I'd be doing three posts of about the same length I'm currently doing, and then, (or so I tell myself) the story would move faster.
Hmmn. Well, that was a bit of a ramble. There may even be a point in there somewhere.
Anyway, I guess I'm not looking for suggestions so much as checking whether other people feel my pain.
Though I'll take suggestions.