• #bujo for NaNoWriMo

    Twelve Tips to Win at NaNoWriMo

    Ways to Win at NaNoWriMo! With NaNoWriMo starting in just a few days, I thought I would give some of the tips that have worked for me to win at NaNoWriMo. For those of you who do not participate, we will be talking about something else next month. For those that do participate, how are you feeling as November 1st approaches? My NaNo Journey This year marks my sixth year of participating. And, I have won 4 of the last 5 years and hope to add another one. A couple of years felt relatively easy and others, oh, so difficult. Last year, my life was completely out of control and…

  • Bullet Journaling,  Using Creativity in Bullet Journaling

    Creating a Project Journal to Win at NaNoWriMo

    Creating a Project Journal for any part of your life. One of the ways I use a journal for my writing is to use Project Journals. What are Project Journals you may ask? Well, they are single journals that you use for a specific purpose such as writing a novel, blog planning, work projects, etc. As November draws nearer, I am busy working on my Project Journal for my novel, Anger Road. I don’t write in it every day but it is one that I can use to keep all of my thoughts and information about this novel. And that means that when November 1st arrives, I can just write…

  • #bujo for NaNoWriMo

    Using Your #BUJO for Writing and NaNoWriMo

    It seems that I spend a lot of time with my bullet journal – and I do. And in my quest to make my life work well, I’ve been looking at ways to organize my writing also. As October is Preptober, I’ve found a way to use my #bujo for writing and NaNoWriMo. With NaNoWriMo just around the corner and Preptober imminent, I’ve made some realizations. What is Preptober and NaNoWriMo you ask? NaNoWriMo is National Novel Writing Month. I’ve written a post about it which will be scheduled in just a couple of days. However, the purpose of NaNoWriMo is to write a novel in an entire month but…