Those who follow my Scribbling Saturday blog posts or follow me on Facebook will know that I just finished NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), a challenge to write 50,000 words in one month. I succeeded in writing 39,000 words, which was quite an achievement, and 7,000 up on last year.
The question is whether I am going to take the practice of daily writing and make it a habit in my normal life.
I think of NaNoWriMo as being like a Christian Bible Week or weekend celebration. You suspend some of your normal daily practices and have an intense time of learning and spiritual experiences. The trouble is, when normal life resumes, the great things from the time out get soon forgotten.
How long do the things from the Sunday sermon stay with you once the week starts? Will you put things in place in your life so that you can keep on doing the good things, the inspirational things, the things that change your life?
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