Missed a day of reports. On Wednesday, I got zero progress on writing words, but I did line everything up for a final version. On Thursday, I hit my thousand words.
Hit my goal yesterday, and after going over the previously written stuff, I think I’m done with the first novella. I don’t feel like there’s room to add words without diluting the story, so I’ll be pulling in another thing to write on to hit my 1000 words a day: the beginning of the next …
A missed open field tackle. Argh. Now the Saints join the other 28 teams whose year is over. A missed open field tackle. Poor young guy; congratulations Vikings fans. Meh. Let’s Go Capitals!
Hit my goal yesterday, also managed to go back through several thousand words of stuff for re-write purposes. Thanks for a Federal Holiday. Looking grim for today, but we’ll see. Time is my only impediment.
I missed both stand-ups on the weekend, and I missed the work; thus, I missed two full days of the twenty-one. My bad. I did hit the 1000 words Friday, after last standup. I also hit them today, before THIS stand up, but I’ll update that in tomorrow’s update.
Great success. I hit almost 1100 words.
Great Success! I hit just a bit over 1,000 words yesterday; it was a busy Wednesday. Today I’m going to try for another 1,000+; weekdays are hardest. No impediments.
Great Success! I hit 1100 words yesterday. I’m going to hit 1000+ today. No impediments other than time.
The creator of Dilbert, Scott Adams, introduced me to the concept that a system is better than a goal. Part of the reason, as I recall, is because having a goal is just an end-point — where as a system is something that will help one reach their goal. This year, rather than setting lofty …
Re-purposing the title of the sample post for this; I’m making another switch with my blogs, to become more focused on writing, and a system for making sure I write regularly and hold myself accountable. That’ll be most of the posts here, though I’m also unable to resist posting random thoughts. The big goal for …