Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Building a New Habit: Day 3

Inspiration for my "Kennedy's" inspired story. 
Now I just need to write it ...
[Photo by gdcgraphics] 
I'm a day behind on my Day 3 entry.  I did end up writing yesterday (went to a write-in with my pal Tory Leblanc), but it was slow going.

I didn't have a computer so had to write long-hand, and I'm not very good with that.  My brain is trying to write much faster than my hand wants to move, so I  find it's a tedious way for me to write.  I need a computer otherwise it seems like a waste of time to me.

I've also decided that just writing isn't going to be enough here -- I need to have a clear goal in mind for each session, so I'm aiming for 750 words each time.    I'll try to get one of those word count links on the side so I can keep track of how I'm doing ... but for now I'll probably just include it in my blog post.

And because this post was fairly boring today I'm uploading a photo of Aaron Eckhart.  For no other reason than I think he's hot ...

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