NaNoWriMo Update: Week Two

Two weeks down for NaNoWriMo and I’m miraculously still on track! I just wanted to post a quick update on how NaNoWriMo is going.

Here are my stats so far: 

Total word count:

A green outline of a circle that is over half completed and 27870/50000 total words
I have written 27, 840 words for my WIP (Work In Progress) for this month so far.

Overall Progress:

A line graph that shows my trajectory in dark blue and the suggested trajectory in light blue.
I’ve managed to stay above the suggested minimum number of words needed to write to get to 50k!

My day-by-day spreadsheet breakdown:

A table that shows date, word count target, actual word count, and words written this day.
This has been so helpful for staying on track!

For next week

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I had a brainwave a month or so ago to use up some extra holiday days and book the next two weeks off of work. It’s been stressful having a full-time job and trying to make my daily word count, but I’m hoping that I’ll find it easier to write without the additional pressure or feeling rushed. I also want to work on some content for the blog. I have some posts drafted, but I haven’t had time to edit them and get them ready to be posted. 

As I’m in England and we’re currently in lockdown, I’m a bit limited with what I can do. My plans, other than to write, are mostly to learn how to cross-stitch, catch-up on reading books, and play some Hades. 

I’m honestly very excited!

Published by mooseisreading

Canadian living in the UK. I love books, games, and cats!

3 thoughts on “NaNoWriMo Update: Week Two

  1. Congratulations on making so much progress on your project. I always mean to take part but I know I am terrible with keeping up with this sort of thing. Reading about your progress makes me want to give it a try though!
    Hope you enjoy your time off.

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    1. Awh, thank-you so much! I really appreciate it! It is really intimidating, to be fair. This is the first year I think I’m going to make it.

      The NaNoWriMo website also lets you set smaller goals, so setting a 5k or 10k one for the month might be easier to keep up with. Starting with smaller ones has helped me gain confidence/routine before taking on the bigger one 🙂

      Good luck if you do give it a try! I’m rooting for you!

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