One: I activated the block editor. I hate it. I’ll probably get used to it. :)
Two: In 2020, I wrote the fewest words I’ve written in a year since I started self-publishing.
Three: I would like to write more words in 2021 than I’ve ever written in a year.
Four: January was a negative month. I didn’t write, and the little bit I touched my books, all I managed to do was delete 24 words. Yippee. That means I have 11 months to write at least 300,000 words. (That’s a bit more than 30,000 words above my best year.) (That’s about 909 words a day until the end of the year.)
Five: I am so far from motivated to do this that I really regret writing number four.
Six: I’ve added a 3 hour block for writing to my calendar. (Since I currently have a word count goal that I’ve been successfully ignoring for more than a month.)
Seven: No matter what else I do tomorrow, I want to spend that three hours writing, in one block of time. I mean, I could split it up, but I see no reason to, and I want to take advantage of momentum.
Eight: I really really regret writing number seven.
Nine: It doesn’t matter if I’m productive, if I putter or sprint, if I proofread or write. I have a completed story that I should publish and get out of the way, and if that’s what I end up doing in those three hours, that’s fine by me.
Ten: The point of this post is to come back tomorrow and see if I’ve done anything about this.
It’s a fresh start.