I was a first timer at RWA National this year and the conference surpassed my expectations. Last Tuesday, I posted about by experience at Castles & Guns: Whew! Great Week. Great RWA Conference. Check it out if you have a chance.
The week since coming home flew by almost as quickly as the conference did. I
had two blog posts to get out, a couple of requests from conference pitches
needing polishing before being sent out, and had all the personal things you
need to do after being out of town for a week requiring my attention.
I'm still mega-excited to move forward with my writing career and stay
motivated. How will I keep up the momentum once I get caught up in everyday
life? Well, I've accepted a writing challenge. Not a difficult one, but one
meant to push me into the habit of writing everyday. 100 words for 100 days.
I'm not doing this on my own, but with a group of fellow writers from one of my
RWA chapters. We'll be reporting our progress to each other, each day, starting yesterday. I'll
recount my personal results from the challenge at Voices From the Heart in
December. Wish me luck!
What do you do to stay motivated?