Between the slacking, the procrastinating, and the ugly crying over current episodes of Outlander and Game of Thrones, I’ve managed to get close to being back on track with my word count. Go me, I suppose.
The more I sit at my computer and play World of Warcraft and get caught up on my favorite shows while also managing to keep interest with what I’m writing, I’ve realized something interesting.
It’s nice outside.
I can go outside without a freaking jacket on.
And to top that off, my mother had brought my bike out. Now all I have to do is refill the tires with air, clean it off, and, well, actually ride it. After all, I’m desperate for some weight loss this summer. And you know what I hate most? Writing isn’t helping one bit. HAH. My stomach’s getting more and more flabby.
I’ve tried to push myself at work more, to try to be quicker and walking around more and I’m ashamed to say I don’t hit 10k steps every day. Only long work days if I’m lucky.
Now all I need to do is figure out a schedule where I can write but like, also attempt to lose weight. I suppose it would be a lot easier if I weren’t planning on doing the second part of Camp NaNoWriMo. After all, I still have the second part of my story to write and I’d hate myself if I didn’t complete it all at once when I had the chance.
I’m trying to keep my head up. I want to win the first round of Camp NaNoWirMo, but now I’m starting to worry more about how much I need to be more active.
I guess only time will tell…
But luckily, as of this early morning, I’ve reached 21,230 words. 3,770 words away from reaching my goal. Yas bitch.
I finished chapter nine, which was a major obstacle for me being that it included some scenes I’m still unsure about. Chapter ten is the last chapter I’ve outlined so before I go to bed this morning, I plan to outline the next few chapters.
Last-minute work at its finest right there.