Camp NaNoWriMo has come and gone. I did not come close to my goal. I didn’t even work on my project every day, like I had planned. I have learned a few things though.
April was the first full month of stay at home orders. Although I was self-isolating before, I was seeing increasingly the full impact of this pandemic. … April has also been the month where … separating my marketing self from my writing self … I’m reworking the backstory to this sci-fi series … My month of May looks to be a very busy one, but one where I hope that I can find a sense of balance. I don’t want to be sped-up in the pursuit of getting things done. I like trying to keep a more mindful approach to my life. I don’t often live up to that ideal, but it’s an ideal that I do have.
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