Five Things I Learned from NaNoWriMo
1. I mostly write about body parts. My Wordle basically consisted of "hand" and "hands." I'll leave you to decide how drrty my novel is.*
2. Writing a complete first draft is both more difficult and much easier than I anticipated.
3. Writing a huge, reflective wrap-up post is not for me. If you were waiting on the edge of your seat or settling in with some popcorn, I'm afraid to tell you: this is all there is.
4. I am capable of writing 50,020 words but not a five-point list.
5. Oh, but I just remembered: I am capable of doing something for several hours every day if I enjoy it.
*Actually, I like to have the last word, and the word is this: it's not drrty at all. I would be very comfortable with 17+ reading it.
**Just kidding again. Bad habit. It's solidly PG. Maybe PG-13.
PS: Celebrate! No matter how much or how little you wrote this month, you should be proud. Like, even if you just wrote a note to yourself about a novel idea on a post-it. Be proud of that.