If you are going to do NaNoWriMo, I suggest the book "No Plot, No Problem" by the Chris Baty guy who invented it. If you do, let me know. I'm in again this year. (Didn't make the word count last year) And if November doesn't work for you, you can always go to NaNoWriMo Camp (http://www.campnanowrimo.org/sign_up) - complete with a summer camp care kit: https://store.lettersandlight.org/merchandise/camp-nanowrimo-care-packageI have too much planned already to go to summer camp, but perhaps I'll see you in November!On a cruise last month, I met a young woman who has done NaNoWriMo several times (and completed it!) She does theater mysteries (her job is backstage stuff on the ship) and said that when she gets into trouble with her script, she just kills someone or changes the scene!
How about a 30 day challenge that involves helping others in some way?There is nothing on his list that is spiritual either. I'm not saying that self improvement is a bad idea, only that there are other ways to do this.
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