So it’s that time of year again. November seems to come around quicker every year, and since it’s only a week away we need to start talking NaNo.
I don’t claim to be any kind of NaNoWriMo expert, but I’ve definitely had a few ups and downs with it and have learned a lot along the way.
I’m taking a slight deviation from my normal writing-centric blog posts today because I want to tell you about something that changed my life: my bullet journal.
Bullet Journals are all the rage right now and I can see you rolling your eyes and thinking ‘whatever, it’s just a fancy diary, don’t get so overdramatic about it.’ But it’s so much more than that, and it’s definitely worth all the hype.
So November is creeping ever nearer, and with it comes National Novel Writing Month. A month of tapping away at your computer, gulping through cup upon cup of coffee and losing sleep to make sure you get your word count.
But it’s fun, I swear.
So I thought I’d do a bit of a ‘how-to’ guide for anyone who’s thinking about trying NaNoWriMo for the first time, or for anyone who has done it but feels they need a bit of advice.