Writing - Work on WIPs, 3 blog posts/week, submit - MOSTLY MET.
a) Have made some serious progress (or at least what I consider to be serious progress) on one of my pseudonym's WIPs, and a little progress on another.
b) Published four blog posts, including an interview with my author-friend Kristen Strassel, the first post in my series about writer's block, the usual writing prompt, and this one. Next week (not the week we're in the middle of) I plan to bang out a few more in the writer's block series.
c) Nothing submitted. Got one of the loveliest rejection letters EVER, though. Now I have nothing outstanding, so I guess it's time to buckle down and submit again.
Reading - Read something inspiring - MET. More of Charles Simic's The World Doesn't End. Loving it.
- Participate in #writeclub on Twitter every Friday - NOT MET. Can you believe I wrote for several hours on Friday and it never once occurred to me to get on #writeclub? Sigh. Then again, I tried to stay off the Internet that day for fear of being distracted, so...
- Continue to attend readings - NOT MET. But I'm going to an event at the library this week where a woman will be talking about her Camino de Santiago adventure, which is sort of like a reading, no?
- Read and comment on at least 3 other ROW80 participants' check-ins each week - MET. I doubt it'll get done this week, though, because of the writing-intensive thingy.
- 15 minutes/day of freewriting, recording dreams and/or journaling (good for my mental health) - PARTIALLY MET? I don't have my notebooks with me right now, but I know there have been at least two dreams and one freewrite. Or maybe that's this week. Last week is so long ago.
- Exercise for at least an hour a day - MET. Walks everyday, and now I've just joined a Tai Chi class. Have never done Tai Chi before, so am excited about this.
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