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Keep a spreadsheet

I can’t recommend this enough:

Keep a word count spreadsheet

Why? Okay, you asked πŸ˜‰

  • It helps you keep accounted.
  • It spurs your motivation.
  • It’s fun!
  • You can compete with yourself, and break your own records.

Yesterday I broke a previous record and wrote 4,038 words, but you know what?

I broke it again today.

Yay πŸ™‚ Wrote 4,582 words.

I’m on a roll.

It makes you high πŸ˜€

And when you have the spreadsheet, you only need the ideas, and then to write. Where do you get your ideas?

I’m glad you asked.

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Henrik V Blunck says August 5, 2017

It is amazing indeed. We all have identical keyboards (well, except for national differences, as you know the Danish extra characters [Γ¦, ΓΈ, Γ₯]), and yet we get very different results. I never did a word count, but on days where I put new articles in queue for publication during the month ahead, I probably write quite a few words.
Might have to try the word count spreadsheet – just out of curiosity πŸ™‚

    Britt Malka says August 7, 2017

    You should do that πŸ™‚ I don’t track nonfiction… or emails πŸ˜€ But I really enjoy tracking my progress with fiction.

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