Well, basically I just made that up! However, it pretty much describes me early in a morning, on weekends and school holidays, when I do a lot of writing in my pyjamas. It’s not for everyone, but it works for me. If I waited until a realistic wake-up call, the house would be full of noise, will everyone jostling for space and attention. I like quiet when I work, even the dog snoring can get annoying (to be fair Gizmo is a loud snorer). Anyhow, I’ve been known to get out 2-3,000 words whilst in my pyjamas, which in my view is a pretty good formula for productivity. And I have set myself with two WIP’s to complete.
On a side note, I’ve got this 24hr blood pressure monitor on today, which will prove interesting and also distracting with it squeezing my arm at periodic intervals, not to mention that weird, whining noise the machine makes. Oh, and I’ve got the temperamental one. Luckily, I’ve only got to wear it until tomorrow morning. (basically, I’ve been told I have abnormally high blood pressure for my age. I could have told the doctor I’m a bit abnormal anyway, but don’t think it would have gone down well)
I really need to hit the 40k mark this week and get Wolf Born completed before the end of the month. Not sure how I’m going to accomplish that amazing feat, but I’ll give it a go. One sure way of hitting my goal will be to avoid spending too much time on social media. That way, I should get in at least 2-4,000 words a day, if I’m not doing a few other jobs around the house (if I don’t do the washing there will a distinct lack of clothing) and I’ve got a couple of DIY jobs to do in the school break. However, I’ll endeavor to complete my first WIP of the year in good time.
I’m also checking out Copy Editing courses. You know, because I don’t have enough to keep me busy on a regular basis. 🙂
Seriously, though, I’m thinking to help out other self-published writers with a decent service at an affordable price.
Plus, I can still do my own writing and my stay-at-home chores. 🙂
Anyhow, back to the writerly grindstone 😀
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