Yesterday, I said I was going fishing and wasn't going to write.
Yeah, well . . . I didn't go fishing. And I wrote a grand total of 382 words, not counting this post.
What I did was, I went to NaNoWriMo and started an account.
NaNoWriMo. You know.
National Novel Writing Month. Like November, dude!
You join and you try to write a novel of 50,000 words in a month. I can't do math but I know that's a lot of words every day. Even more if you don't begin on the 1st of November.
And I didn't join until the 6th, so I'm already a word or two behind. But hey, I'll consider myself a success if I write 15,000 words in November! Or even 7,500. I think my borderline is somewhere around 5,000 though. If I can't do 5,000, I give myself a D minus.
The whole point is to write a bunch of crap really fast. Now that I can do!
No, seriously. The point is to write really fast so you don't have time to edit, procrastinate, overthink, or otherwise obsess so much that your brain freezes up and your plot won't move. Sound familiar?
If so, do yourself a favor and check it out. Here's the link again. NaNoWriMo.