Hello Lovely Human! Let’s face the ugly truth, shall we? We all have bad habits that follow us into every new year and good habits that we just can’t seem to stick to even with colour coded, laminated schedules. Luckily for both of us, behavioural science will have us achieving all these things with simpleContinue reading “How To Make Your New Good Habits Stick (and Break Your Bad Ones)”
I have a question for you: have you ever gotten addicted to being busy? Because it feels so good to be busy and it makes you feel important? But then at the end of the day, you realise that you’re not closer to your goals, despite all those ticks? Enter Essentialism.
In my latest post: How To Avoid Filler Chapters we looked at ways to focus on the parts of the story that matter instead of filler pieces. I ended that post by saying that fluff and fillers were two very different things and today I am going to be explaining why and when I use them.
Hello, fellow Human! Today the two of us are talking about how we always end up writing filler chapters into our work in progress and even outlines. Luckily I came up with a solution that works brilliantly for me and I hope helps you too. The Annoying Problem of Fillers It’s a common trend IContinue reading “How To Give Each Chapter of Your Novel Purpose”
There are days when it feels as though our muse has up and left us and we’re destined to be cursed with the wrong words, terrible flow and blank pages forevermore but likely that’s never the case and our muse returns sooner or later. But we want sooner so here are my ways of gettingContinue reading “Getting Into The Writing Mood”
Hey lovely human! Remember this post where I promised NaNoWriMo letters where we could do NaNo together? I promised to send a letter three times a week? I posted the first one yesterday! Unfortunately, I haven’t been allowed to sign up for an email service, that’s more than the usual WordPress Feed. All you haveContinue reading “NaNoWriMo Letters”
Hello wonderful human! Once more I have to address the fact that my post is late. I am so sorry for this, October has been a CHAOTIC month for me. Between my grandmother’s health, exam prep as well as NaNoWriMo Prep I am so behind on sleep. My excuse this week: there was a deathContinue reading “My Montly Planning Routine”
Hello Lovely Human! I have been crazily busy in the last week or so between family drama, school, assignments, NaNoWriMo Prep, and you know looming finals… So how do I, a royal member of the court of procrastination-a girl who gets bored and distracted so easily that she started cutting her hair in one ofContinue reading “How I Prepare For Finals”
Can you believe how Preptober flew by? Don’t tell me that I’m the only one scratching her head wondering how the heck NaNoWriMo is starting in just ten days?! I for one am both terrified and excited for next month so I decided to do something to help get me excited for Nano and toContinue reading “Words for NaNoWriMo”
There are just over two weeks hen this post will go live, actually) and everyone who’s taking part in NaNoWriMo this year is counting down the moments until we attempt the insane challenge of writing our novels in one month.
NaNoWriMo is big-no huge-and quite frankly terrifying. But that’s not what NaNoWriMo should be about, it should be fun and exciting and make you feel motivated. So in an effort to make NaNoWriMo less terrifying and enjoyable here are ten tips to do just that.