(Bad) Tips for Nanowrimo: Day One
2. Live-tweet constantly: This will in no way hinder your word count! Surf the internet! Go bananas! Finally enroll on that online course you've been meaning to do. Email all your relatives! Cross-reference all the gifs on your computer! Find a way to spell-check the entirety of the internet! When you're done, check your word count to make sure you didn't accidentally type something during this brief three day interlude from writing.
3. Phone a friend: Ask about the weather, their houseplants, whether or not they think when the apocalypse happens that they will be suitably prepared and on-board with your far superior plan that somehow involves a lot of glitter, what they had for breakfast, whether eating fibre would help, if when they are waiting for food they find themselves singing songs too, and so on only to realise at the last moment you've forgotten to phone anyone and you had this entire conversation in your head while considering what to do about the fact the "F" key on your keyboard is jammed again.
4. Mysteriously forget how to count: Forget how to count words, calories, time, fingers, what day it is, how many shoes you are wearing, and cups of tea made. Secret away anything that can count for you. If you can't count how can they prove you are behind on your word count? This seems like an excellent plan for at least 29 out of the 30 days of the month, aside from occasional moments of horrifying clarity in the shower also.
5. Maybe, just write.
What are your top tips for Nanorwimo and writing? Most of mine involve caffeine, which probably means they are bad or, at least, not the greatest.