When I posted my weekly goals yesterday, I didn't realize I'd be "winning" NaNoWriMo later that night! I had 2,324 words to go to reach 50,000, and I thought it might be a little too much for one day.
But I was on fire at my write-in last night, and clocked 2,326 words - reaching 50,002 total words for November - by the end of the write-in.
I'm quite pleased, and I'm hoping this year's writing progress will translate into a lasting habit. Last year I maintained the daily writing habit until the holidays, and then never got back to work after the holidays ended. This year I'm hoping I can keep it going longer, and part of my plan is to start scheduling writing time earlier in the day, possibly first thing (after coffee, of course). Putting it first will set a precedent in my life, send myself a proverbial message, and also make it less likely that my sometimes shifting, hectic days would result in writing time getting cut.
Only three days left of NaNoWriMo 2023, three write-ins remaining, and then we're into December! It's been a crazy month, and as surprising as it was when I realized November was almost over, I think I'm ready for it to be done.