Started Nanowrimo today. Did you? Hey, I’m going to use the Treadmill idea that was introduced to me by PoMoGolightly. It works wonders for motivation — there’s just something about accountability and thinking about WHEN you’re going to work the next day.
Basically, you track these things:
1. The date and the time. 2. How long I plan to
work. 3. What I plan to work on for this day. 4. Time when I stop
writing and total amount of time writing. 5. What did I actually end up
doing? How well did it go? 6. What I plan to work on tomorrow. 7. When
I plan to work tomorrow and for how long.
My treadmill journal is HERE; you can use it as a jumping-off point. It’s not interesting enough to read regularly, although feel free to keep me to task if you see me falling off.
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