I set out today with the same plan I had yesterday.
600 x 6 = 3,600
Here’s how it went.
Each line starts with the goal word count for the end of that hour. I’m scheduling hours because it’s easiest. I’m not always getting an hour of timed writing done in that hour, but I don’t care. Really, I don’t care. The ultimate goal is 600 words x 6, not 6 hours of writing.
As a reminder, how I get these 600 words every day is up to me. Any session style I want. 5 minute sprints, 20 minute sprints, 60 minute blocks. Whatever works.
In fact, today, I’ve used all those mentioned above, and a 10 minute sprint and a 40 minute block, too.
Whatever works. ;D
I meant it.
600 – 214
1200 – 1158
1800 – 1677
2400 – 2155
3000 – 2718
3600 – 3633
I really, really liked this method. The flexibility makes it fit whatever mood I’m in, and that is a huge boon for me.
I’m working on that last session now. I’m going to hit that 3,600 tonight. I’ll be back to update when I do.
That last hour took 70 minutes, but I did it. :-) Whew.
All told, I spent 268 timed minutes writing (4.47 hours) which felt like it took all day. But I managed to watch a few episodes of television, cook a nice meal at lunch, and putter a lot online.
That’s the biggie, in fact—the puttering. I probably spent more than half the time I spent on the computer not writing. So yeah, of course it felt like it took all day. That’s probably 9 hours of my day at the computer. I definitely need to think about trimming that down if I want to reach this goal regularly.
Now to do this again tomorrow…