Just knocked out a troubling chapter. Sure, I'll have to slice, dice, and julienne that sucker later on. But not right now. Cuz, yanno, I finished the draft of the chapter, so I'm calling it a day. (Yep, I work weekends. I hafta, seeing as transitioning from copywriter to working novelist is, yanno, work. And must be considered as such.) But before I go to write some web copy that's been awaiting me in my freelance, day job capacity, here's some word count fuh ya:
Yep, 45 percent. Not too shabby. So how did you progress toward your goals -- any goals -- on this fine weekend day? Do you have a reward system for weekend work? I tend to use time-blocks and rewards. For today, it was finish Chapter Eight by 2:30 p.m., then complete four pages of client web copy. If I hit my two to-dos, I get to get outside and jog, then have a blissful, work-free afternoon and early evening. What about you? Got a weekend motivator that works?