While I'm here, I may as well update Project 52 and my progress.
Unfortunately, for soooo many reasons, I have not gotten much accomplished with editing and writing. I go to bed each night completely determined to wake up and get back to it, and it never ends up working out in the morning. Rawr. I did, however, get some more New Never News articles written up, so I am submitting those tonight. As such, I get to scratch out:
I didn't give myself a number I had to write, so this is good enough to mark something off. Anything scratched off is incentive to get more done. I don't know about you, but accomplishing anything from a list helps me to leap forward.
I'm tempted to write daily goals/to-do's on here just to get my butt moving. Instead, for now, I will make myself a major goal for November (since I have no intention of doing NaNoWriMo) and work toward that goal. It's time to get things done. Now to figure out what that goal will be.
Here's some miniature goal setting, in the meantime:
Today I will work in my office for an hour, minimum. What I'm working on is up in the air. Just getting my butt down there will be more than I've done in about two weeks.
This week, I will work on a short story. All the better if I finish the first draft.
This month, I will edit at least five chapters of Lonely Hollow: Synthesis.
How's that for a few mini goals to get myself back in the driver's seat?
How do you do goal setting? What's your goal for the day/week/month?
May you find your Muse. I hope it isn't hiding with mine.