November Blog Housekeeping + NaNoWriMo 2015 (Day 1)

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Housekeeping
I feel like I should have addressed this yesterday during #WeekendCoffeeShare, but the coffee was too great to think about anything else. In regards to housekeeping for this month, things are going to be a little different. There is a lot of writing planned (and going on) for me right now... that is great! I'm estimating that I will write around 500,000+ words (more-so on the plus side) this month.

On my schedule for the entire month includes:
#30DayBloggingChallenge (this being Day 10) by Sark eMedia
“My Library of Food Blogs” (which will be released tomorrow instead of today)
Client work
New blog project in the works (new updates will only be on Snapchat @KenonThompson until released publicly)
NaNoWriMo
Some brand ambassador *cough cough* negotiations brewing up behind the scenes

I am doing a lot of batch writing/blogging this month to keep an equal balance of every area. #WeekendCoffeeShare and daily NaNoWriMo will always be written/released the day of. Everything else will be scheduled ahead of time. The homepage breaking up the categories displaying the newest blog posts easier (per category) will return tomorrow… I promise!

I put a lot on my plate this month so I can have a legitimate reason to stay inside, drink coffee, and work in my pajamas all day! (Slight sarcasm.) I will go outside of course and enjoy the weather when I take breaks. :)

NaNoWriMo (Day 1)
Yesterday the cannon shot off and NaNoWriMo has officially begun. This year I am writing a literary fiction novel titled "The Ambitious Minimalist." My word count for Day 1 is 565. I know exactly how low it is for a daily average, however, I set it up this way because with everything going on now. I simply created a foundation to start on and I have broken down each chapter titles in my notes. Days 1 & 2 (for NaNoWriMo) will be the shortest blog posts (and word counts per day) as I am about 95% done with finalizing my entire writing schedule and blog posts for this month.

For everyone participating in NaNoWriMo, how are you doing so far? Don’t worry, we will all survive and we will all have a 50,000+ word novel written before 11:59pm on November 30th.