NaNoWriMo Update

Hello friends!

Well, we’re about halfway through November (already?!) so I thought I’d give you an update on how I’m tracking for NaNoWriMo and what I feel has been helping me.

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Why I Cancelled My Gym Membership

I know what you’re thinking. But Sherry, what about your fitness goals? I still have them, I promise! I’m still working hard. Cancelling my gym membership doesn’t mean I’ve given up on trying to lose weight and get fitter and stronger.

I’m just going to try and do it another way.

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How I’m Planning for NaNoWriMo 2019

Hello friends!

This year, I’ve decided to tackle NaNoWriMo. By hand.

Yes, I may be crazy, but to me it makes sense (and that’s all that matters, right?). With a full time job, I plan on doing some of the work on my lunch break. So, rather than cart around my laptop, I’ve decided it will be easier to chuck my notebook in my bag and cart that around instead. It’s lighter, smaller, and doesn’t need to be charged!

But anyways, this is my third attempt at NaNoWriMo. My first year, I finished the first draft of my current WIP, The Secrets We Keep, coming in at just over the 50,000 word goal. My second year, I was incredibly unprepared, stressed, and unmotivated, and I ended up pulling out after a few days. This year, I’m taking steps to make sure I’m prepared and ready to hit the ground running on November 1st.

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How I Made My Own Camera Bag Inserts

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When I bought my Canon M50, I decided that I also needed to downsize my camera bag. So, I bought the Ona Bowery Canvas Bag, which is a lot smaller than my other bag (which will still be used when I fly home to visit my family). The only issue I had with the Ona Bowery bag is that it only had one insert. So, I made my own.

Here’s how I did it:

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Bullet Journal

A BuJo Update

It’s been a while since my last bullet journal update. Since then, I finished my first notebook and moved into my second, another hardcover, dot grid notebook from Typo. The pages are a little wider than my first notebook, so planning my layouts took a little getting used to. One of the first things I put in my journal was a line spacing cheat sheet in the back that I can refer to.

But enough about the journal. Let’s have a look at my layouts for October.

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