NaNoWriMo! – 5 Day Writing Streak!

NaNoWriMo! – 5 Day Writing Streak!

It’s another day of being Pink Collar Savvy & Chic on Purpose, and  Day 5 of NaNoWriMo ––  National Novel Writer’s Month 2019, and I’m on a 5 day writing streak.

Project: Hold on Her Heart, Book 2 in the Lee’s Legacy Series. Goal: 50,000 words in 30 days. Today: 749. Though a little under 1000 words shy of what I needed today, taking some time to review what I wanted to write tonight slowed me down. That and the fact that I stayed over at work to help someone. Because that was the reason, I’m satisfied with what I got done. It’s quite an undertaking with my professional and personal life, so a 5 day writing streak is an accomplishment – minimizing my Ds –– or challenges/barriers women face –– in the form of my Daily Director Duties and maximizing  beauty and my best life by rewarding myself with Daily Writing Badges!

Day 5 writing badge

I just pray I can keep up this pace! I have an early morning speaking engagement tomorrow… Also pray that you’ll be Pink Collar Savvy & Chic and take a minute to send some encouragement my way!

How are you minimizing your daily Ds and maximizing beauty and your best life? How do you reward yourself when you do?

Be savvy & chic,

                                                                                                            ~Pink Collar Coach

 

 

 

NaNoWriMo! – Day 4 – It’s My Novel, I’ll Write How I Want To

NaNoWriMo! – Day 4 – It’s My Novel, I’ll Write How I Want To

It’s another day of being Pink Collar Savvy & Chic on Purpose and Day 4 of my NaNoWriMo –– National Novel Writer’s Month journey. It’s also my first day working my 9-5 and trying to meet my daily writing goals. Project: Hold on Her Heart, Book 2 in the Lee’s Legacy Series. Goal: 50, 000 words in 30 days, which is about 1,700 a day. Today, after my busiest work day, Dance Fusion and then writing for about 2 hours, I got 679. I’ll take them! Because they were carefully crafted words that enhance the story based on inspiration from this creative process coupled with feedback from my writing group. Besides, it’s my novel, so I can write how I want to! That’s the lesson I’m learning on giving myself grace. It’s also how I’m minimizing this particular D –– personal or professional challenges or barriers women face –– in the form of a deadline.