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Post your goals for this month and let us know how you got on with last month’s goals.
Leave a comment below telling us how you got on last month, and what you plan to do next month, then check back in on the first of each month, to see how everyone’s doing.
(It doesn’t have to be fiction. Feel free to use this group to push you in whatever creative direction you need.)
Did you live up to your commitment from last month? Don’t remember what you promised to do? Check out the comments from last month.
And don’t forget to celebrate with/encourage your fellow SWAGr-ers on their progress!
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Examples of Goals Set By SWAGr-ers in previous months
- Finish first draft of story and write 3 articles for my school paper. – Courtney
- Write on seven days this month – Clare
- Extend my reading and to read with a ‘writers eye’- Wendy
- write 10,000 words – Mary Lou
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3 thoughts on “SWAGr for December 2022”
Hello fellow writers!
Completed the next version of Act 2 of the play (workshop session with the critique group on 10/30)
Next draft of LinkedIn profile (still getting clear)
Editing of play
Next draft of LinkedIn profile
Taking the play and beginning the storytelling from a memoir/book format. (outline the chapters in each of the 3 sections)
complete section 1 of the book – Prologue – Why now?
Linkedin profile updated
Happy writing everyone!
Commissions x4: MUST HAPPEN THIS MONTH– …Yeah
So, I ended up writing a lot in the beginning of the month and writing pretty much nothing the last half, which tracks, really, but I’m redoing my schedule this year and next year. I’m trying to get done with things I’ve needed to do for a while and so I’m dropping one commission, but going to do the rest.
I’ve still got some monthly things to do, but I’m trying to not overload myself come next year.
I am committing to just ten minutes a day of writing.
I am keeping a writing habit tracker and ticking it off each time I write.
I will build up to 1000 words a day by the end of January.
1000 words a day is 365ooo words a year which equates to three good novels.
I can do this! Starting with small steps.