Tomorrow is the big day. At midnight the clock starts it's countdown. All NaNoWriMo participants have 720 hours to write 50,000 words. That' just 1667 words per day. Less than two 1hr1k's per day for Twitter Folks who like to get together and take an hour to write 1,000 words. And if you equate 1 page of writing to 250 words (usually my average), then you need to write only 7 pages per day in November to meet your goal.
If you need two days off each week to run errands and chill you can complete the NaNo 50K Challenge by writing 2273 words per day. And if you like a real challenge, write your 50K on the weekends. Since there are 4 weekends in November that gives you 8 days to write. That means you need to write a mere 6250 words per day, and you've won.
No matter how you add, subtract, multiply and divide, writing 50,000 words in 30 days is an accomplish-able feat if you add a smidge of BICHOK to your life. Happy NaNo 2011!
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