Yes, you. You need a plan, I need a plan, we all need a plan if we are going to tackle the 50,000 word challenge and emerge as healthy, happy human beings at the end of it. There's a general attitude in the amateur writing community that there are two basic types of writer: The … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Prep – You Need a Plan
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100 Days: Over the Hump
I am well into the second half of my 100 Days of Productivity Challenge now and it continues to gain momentum. You may have noticed that I didn't post last week. That is because I was too busy living life, enjoying my city and embracing the challenge of actively doing things of my own volition. … Continue reading 100 Days: Over the Hump
Nearly half way!
I am now 42 days into my 100 Days of Productivity challenge and, so far, I haven't dropped the ball once. That is mostly because I designed this challenge to be achievable, to feel like I was achieving something, to motivate me to get out the rut I was stuck in and finally begin to … Continue reading Nearly half way!
A Third of the Way
I am now 35 days in to my 100 Days of Productivity Challenge. That's over a third of the way! 🙂 While this challenge started as a way for me to force myself to do a tiny something each day (having a number of options to choose from), these days, I am usually doing two … Continue reading A Third of the Way
Four weeks in…
100 days sounds like a small number until you realise that it equates to almost a third of the year. So far, though, it has been going reasonably well. For those of you who read my ROW80 post yesterday, you'll know that writing wise, everything is pretty much on track. So it's a bit the … Continue reading Four weeks in…
100 Days to a Better Me and You
I'm not really one for making resolutions (or so I tell myself every January). When I'm thinking rationally, and not caught up in the hype of the promise of a glowing New Year, I don't see the necessity of them. Why decide to be better now, and not in March or last September? What January … Continue reading 100 Days to a Better Me and You
You are more important than your Novel
A reminder as we get towards the scary end of NaNoWriMo for 2015 - you, yes you, are much more important than your novel. Your health, physical and mental, is more important than a word count (whether you set it or an institution sets it). Look after yourselves! ❤