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Keep Writing Every Day: NaNoWriMo Tip #30

National Novel Writing Month reinforces the most basic and important aspect of any working writer’s life: Keep writing every day.

Now that NaNoWriMo has concluded, you should continue writing every day. If you are really ambitious, one Reddit user created a spreadsheet to track your daily writing after NaNoWriMo. You can also follow Easily Mused’s example and keep a writing journal about your daily progress.

Check it out: “I’m just suggesting you use a writing journal (or even a section in your writer’s notebook or on your blog) to note your moods, give yourself pep talks, or blow off some steam.  You can use it to: Set goals, celebrate accomplishments, and write about your feelings. Make it a word, a sentence, or answer a question: How did it go today? Did you meet your goals or set any new ones? Kill anyone off in you WIP?”

This is our final NaNoWriMo Tip of the Day. As writers around the country join the writing marathon this month, we shared one piece of advice or writing tool to help you cope with this daunting project.

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