My performance on writing check-ins continues to be spotty. I have a lot on my plate these days, but so do a lot of people. It has helped that Eden has tagged me and other Facebook friends for sprints during the day, so that I have been encouraged to write during breaks and lunch at work. I also crashed the local Camp NaNo group on Friday evening and got a lot more done.
I’m behind on my visits to participants and just sent off my sponsor post today (blush), so I certainly have room for improvement. I need to write everyday–I know that is not true for everyone, but it is for me. I mope and complain about it, but I should just put on my big girl panties and accept it.
So for goals:
I will write for a half an hour 6 out of 7 days on my long-suffering non-fiction project. Only 3 out of 6. The good side of it was that it was 40 minutes on Wednesday and Thursday, and a good hour on Friday.
I will write for half an hour 3 out of 7 days on a fiction piece that arose from the research for the non-fiction book. In the midst of working on the non-fiction last Friday, my character came screaming into my brain, so I wrote for a half-hour. One out of three, but her insistence is a good sign,
I will post every check-in. I would like to expand my topics, but I need to re-establish the habit first. I missed (again) last Wednesday, sigh, but at least I’m here today.
Please go encourage the efforts of other ROWers, which you can find here.