I’ve had a couple more thoughts on the last post I want to clarify.
The schedule is really a “routine” suggestion.
The routine I want is to start writing early enough every day that I can guarantee I’ll finish 5 hours of writing every day, because I need 98,333 words every month to meet my “1,180,000 words in 12 months” challenge and I can’t get them if I don’t.
That’s the real purpose of the schedule.
So, as before, the schedule is more of a suggestion than a rule, but I do need to get that 5 hours of writing in every day so that my publishing days don’t make it impossible for me to meet my challenge. The best way to make that happen is to get started every day either on schedule at 9 or before.
…which brings me back to the idea that I’m really just doing this so I don’t forget that I want to write in 4 blocks of 1.25 hours, and that I want to get started early enough so I actually have a chance of getting them all done.
So why do I need a schedule? I have no idea.
…which realization caused me to delete the schedule. What I need is a reminder I can’t ignore (which I just put on my daily word count spreadsheet) that I want to write 5 hours every day.
This is one day where my bad mood might have just rewarded me with some clear thinking.
Alright. Moving on. Tomorrow I will write for 5 hours.
Today I will write for about 2 (more), then call it a night.