Over at Endpaper Notes, you can read daily NaNoWriMo advice from different authors. Novelist Sarah Pekkanen shared this particular piece of advice.
Here’s more from the post: “If you have a good writing stretch, try to replicate the exact environment the next time you sit down to write. Stephen King recommends this as a way to ‘trick’ your brain into writing and avoid procrastinating, and it really works! I wandered into a coffee shop one morning while my son was in preschool and got a chunk of writing done. Now I hit that same coffee shop three mornings a week – I even go in through the same door and try to sit in the same table.”