NaNoWriMo Day 14: Detour Averted

Okay so I stayed up later then expected last night watching the fourth installment of Harry Potter on my DVR, and although I managed to actually get up at 5 this morning, I typed a measly paragraph and made a much needed decision to get back in the bed and go back to sleep for that hour and a half before I had to get my daughter off to school.  Don’t worry I still made my word count for the day.  I was still able to have Mackenzie brought in under suspicion of murder while turning her personal life upside down at the same time.  But I think that I will definitely make sure that I get my full night’s rest from here until the end of November if I want to stick to the routine that I have set and the routine that seems to be working beautifully.  It’s really hard to stay on track all of the time but I suppose that as long as you are able to get yourself back to the point where you are supposed to be then a little detour every once in a while doesn’t hurt.  Tonight I will make sure to be in bed on time.  Until next time…What detours have you been experiencing along your NaNoWriMo journey this year? 

 

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