How I Trained Myself to Write 25,000 Words Every Week (and Why I Did It)

Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog with the topic: How I Trained Myself to Write 25,000 Words Every Week (and Why I Did It)

Meg Dowell Writes

Hey. Hey you.

Wanna know a secret?

Writing is hard.

Okay, okay, that’s not a secret — at least I hope not. But do you know what is? Writing is also possible for anyone willing to do whatever it takes to make it happen.

Take the past few months, for example. I’ve been steadily working my way up to writing 25,000 words per week, mostly to see if I could do it (but also for other reasons I’ll tell you more about at the end of this post).

I didn’t think this was something I’d be able to achieve. But I did.

Here are the strategies I used to make the impossible possible.

I broke a very big goal into reasonably sized portions. Writing 25,000 words in a week — possibly 100,000 words in a month, if I really wanted to — seems like a lot. And if you were…

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