Finding Time For NaNoWriMo: Painless Time Management

So you want to do NaNoWriMo, but you’re afraid of the time commitment. Your days seem full, and even though you think you could probably squeeze in a few hours writing here and there, you’re pretty sure your willpower tricks will work, but you still have a sneaking suspicion you’re doomed to fail. It’s time … More Finding Time For NaNoWriMo: Painless Time Management

Finding Time For NaNoWriMo: 3 Strategies to Increase Willpower and Save Time

This is the second post in my series on finding the time for NaNoWriMo, and as we established yesterday, time is a more complicated issue than just hours. Its being able to use that time. Time is the easiest thing to manage once other things are taken care of. Because no matter how much time … More Finding Time For NaNoWriMo: 3 Strategies to Increase Willpower and Save Time

Finding Time for NaNoWriMo: Do you need time or energy?

Time – the great enemy and friend of the creative trying to sneak a large or small project into everyday life. When contemplating doing National Novel Writing Month, the most common snag people run into is the question of time: Do I have time to do NaNoWriMo? It’s an understandable concern. Even to a seasoned veteran … More Finding Time for NaNoWriMo: Do you need time or energy?

NaNoWriMo Prep: Do You Really Want to Write a Novel In a Month?

With all the talk about National Novel Writing Month coming up, there’s this strange sense of oppressive anticipation, of obligation, of polarity, of excuses and hand-wringing about if people can actually finish. And as I have said, I’m here – dedicating a post each day toward using what I learned after 10 NaNoWriMo wins and a … More NaNoWriMo Prep: Do You Really Want to Write a Novel In a Month?