End of NaNo for IWSG Day, and Snow in the Village

Congratulations to everyone that's completed NaNoWriMo!

Today being Insecure Writer's Support Group Day, I wouldn't want anyone to feel badly; congratulations to those that started NaNo, to those that worked on other projects, to those that survived the month!

We're heading into the time of end-of-year wrap ups and looks back to previously set goals and so on. I hope to put together my annual Books Read post soon. Sometimes it's nice to feel slow. We're always measuring our tasks and words and days; every once in a while it's nice to look back without weighing up the value of projects, or to work on something specific without thought of a deadline.

Or so I try to remind myself on days when I feel as though there aren't enough hours.

I started NaNoWriMo with a bang, but it became difficult as the days went on, mostly because I only had two 20-minute snatches to write in during the day; just when I got some momentum, the train pulled in to the station.

But I did it!

My ROW80 goals for this round have been all over the place. First I was knitting, then NaNoing. I've got some notes and those five pages of Larksong still to type, Druid's Moon notes to check and editing to do, last year's NaNo story to type up, and this year's NaNo needs finishing (plus I should try to finish my CampNaNo story from July as well).

It's tempting to put all that off to January and focus on reading and knitting for a while again. There's a Worldwide Readathon of The Dark is Rising that's started this week; perfect time for a reread. As soon as I finish my annual reread of The Lord of the Rings -- there's always something new to discover!

Snow in the village!

Are you resetting your goals, working in December, or cocooning and waiting for January?

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