NaNoWriMo Week One, Moving Forward

Here’s how the first week of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) went for me, a short recap in a few sentences and pictures.

On the first day of NaNoWriMo, things started off great. I completed more than 300 words over the recommended daily word count.

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Days two and three weren’t as promising. I completed slightly more than half of the recommended count. Besides, Saturdays are always tough. I get busy with weekend stuff.

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But I managed to squeeze in some words while watching TV.

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By day four, I started to gain more momentum.

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And days five and six, I was getting into a stride.

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I had to train myself to do less editing and backtracking, more writing and moving forward.

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Because that’s what NaNoWriMo is about, right? Moving forward?

Here’s to keeping it up—let’s move forward!

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Photo by Luca Upper on Unsplash, Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash, Photo by Jen B on Unsplash, Photo by DESIGNECOLOGIST on Unsplash, Photo by Aleksander Cvetanovic on Unsplash, Photo by Joséphine Menge on Unsplash

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