Every year, I plan my New Year’s resolutions well in advance. In fact, I’ve already spent a few days hammering out what I want to do by the end of December. So, why do I put my plan of action into practice before the end of the year?
One of the best goals you can have as a writer is keeping track of how many words you write per day. It’s something you have control over that can lead to more visits and making more money. So, what’s a good number of words to write in a single day and how do I do it?
Every November, writers of all ages, genres, and walks of life gather for NaNoWriMo. This is the National Novel Writing Month that focuses on cranking out 50,000 words for your next novel or other publishing projects. But what can you do to meet the number of words per day for NaNoWriMo?
I often talk about setting up goals to build momentum and how it affected my success over the years. In fact, it’s a process that I still use to this day to keep me moving forward in my career.
Getting yourself motivated as a self-published author can take a bit of effort some days. That’s why a lot of us will set up and strive to meet writing goals. And the Reedsy writing app lets you set up those goals quite easily. In fact, I find the app to have all kinds of great qualities.