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I am going to participate in Nanowrimo this year... Which means that in November, I am (again) going to attempt to write 50,000 words of one project in only 30 days. It might not be everyone's idea of a good time, but I figured this is a good reward for spending four years writing papers I didn't want to write. Look, I even get a fancy badge to put on whatever social media I desire!

The last time I did this was in my freshman year of college, and I only wrote a whopping 6,058 words of a really silly little story that maybe I will finish someday. This was because I didn't want to fail any classes and I had a decent amount of music whose memorization I was thoroughly procrastinating.
Here are some things I hope to get out of this experience next month:
1. An understanding of what it takes for me to be disciplined in my writing habits!
I definitely need to work on consistency. What better way than writing 1700 words every day for 30 days? Can anyone explain to me why I am so …

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