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This past year, I’ve let the word ‘create’ be invited into my life. While it may have been a little stressful, I gave myself permission to continue to create and learn methods of creating that helped a LOT. I also wrote my 14th NaNoWriMo novel. That being said, I am looking to the future, and as such, I’ve signed up with–it’s a site that has professionals in all types of occupations teach you about the things they are good at!

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I figured with five days in, it’s a good time to fill you in on my NaNoWriMo project, or at least the process of my NaNoWriMo project.

I’ve been doing NaNoWriMo for 17 years–that’s a LOT of words on the page. And, to be honest, there were only 3 years that I completely blinked out on. One of those years, I met my husband. One of those years, I got married. And one of those years,

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NanowrimoIt’s November.

This is the month I attempt to write a 50,000 word novel. This year is my 17th year and I hope that this is the 14th win.

I have an idea. I have a computer program. And I have a limited amount of time.

I wrote 3,112 words today. I was shooting for under 1,700 in order to hit the day’s word count goal. I surpassed the goal,

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I send out a lot of mail. Most of the time I have that perfect card or stationery. But sometimes I don’t. Now that might be some people’s way of saying that piece of correspondence is not meant to be—I am here to tell you that is not the case.

I am sending a card to a stranger through the Oh So Happy Mail group on Facebook. Since I’ve never met the person,

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I have been participating in a few book swaps recently, which has been a lot of fun. I get to shop for someone and they then send me something.
Special thanks go out to the person who sent me the book—@alana_bloom on Instagram.

Today I am sharing a book swap from Instagram. This had two books from my list, some of my favorite chocolates, and a really cool dot grid journal with stickers.

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