Short Note On Writing And Writing Essay
November is NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). In a nutshell, writers gear themselves up to write 1667 a day. 50,000 words in 30 days. Myself, personally, write 5,000 a day. When I first told my husband this, he thought I was crazy. Yes, it was (at the beginning). My job was and still is 5000 a day. When this is aacheived, it’s crossed off my list and I basically have the rest of the day to work on other things or even get a jump start on the next day.
We word sprinters like to push ourselves. The pressure of a time limit makes us more productive and we thrive on the challenge. And what greater challenge is there for a sprinter than writing more words in a day than we believed possible?
For those of you looking to really test yourselves, creating a 5k day dare might be just the thing. If you’re interested in giving it a go yourself, here are my actions to writing 5,000 words in one day.
First, you need to Break down your target goal into manageable chunks.
5000 words in a day is a big number. it may seem impossible, but it’s really not. It’s all about your point of view. begin by making that big number smaller: divide it by the number of hours you’re scheduling on writing for today. I first started with 8 hours since that was what I worked full time. It seemed to be the best possible amount of time writing. it’s long enough to get my 5k words written, have time to enjoy the remainder of my day and it’s not so long that I cut into time I…