Planning Tip

If it helps your mind to make a plan,  now would be the time to make a plan. 

This one is from, do you have a schedule tip you’d like to share with the team? 
P.S. You got this! 


14 thoughts on “Planning Tip

  1. Cyn K says:

    I have a spreadsheet with the date/day of the week. The 1st is intro day. The 30th is wrap-up day. I’ve put holidays and other special days on the sheet (Election Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving, etc.). I have my weekly feature, Fitness Fridays, listed with the planned topic. I know I have some family activities scheduled next month, so I added those to the spreadsheet. Looking at it that way, I realize I only have fifteen days left to fill, so I have a column of easy post ideas.

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  2. Suzanne says:

    I’m trying to figure out how to get involved in this challenge. I’ve looked on Facebook and I’ve looked here and on Rarasaur’s blog but can’t seem to find out more than you blog every day in November. What’s the main site and what link or pingback do you use? I like a good challenge but I also like to know where I find out more and where I find links to other people’s post.

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  3. Charlotte Steggz says:

    I like to get involved with link-ups. A lot of bloggers do them; I just scheduled a post for “monthly small goals” which is a linkup to another blogger I like.
    Having set weekly posts also helps – I do links on a friday, usually a food post on a monday etc.

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  4. Juju says:

    Keep it simple. Keep it small. Keep it up. And if you fall. Get up back and post again.

    Some are hard core serious. Some are not. Some couldn’t give a snot.

    Yet, here you’ll find the Cheerpeppers!!!! More excited and supportive than any cheerleaders.

    Love you all

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  5. anitashree says:

    My tips (or what I will be doing are):
    1. When I have free time (weekends for me), I’d probably write and schedule posts then.
    2. When inspiration strikes, quickly jot it down..some where. Just in case it disappears from your mind.
    3. Mix it up a little – favourite quotes or passages from books read, I did a “Shree wonders” post the last time I participated..just something that you wonder about..and leave it open for people to discuss, picture posts..I did one on “cute kittens” the last round..hehe.

    Hope this helps some! 🙂

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  6. Bill Friday says:

    And… THIS is what happens when you send random notes to Princess Poblano (Ra Avis)!!!

    But seriously, the simpler the better. Write from your head and your heart. Everybody’s head and heart hold 30 stories in 30 days. We’ve all got this.

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  7. livebysurprise says:

    I have an excel prompt list with two prompts per day (so I can pick which ever inspires me that day). I’ve also put blanks with the date for the title in WP with the NaNo hashtags and buttons on each post. And so far so good. I’ve got my first three posts done.

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