Weekly Log – April 14, 2020: Shaky Start

Mubariz Mehdizadeh

This week’s log:

Monday: Nothing
Tuesday: Nothing
Wednesday: 456 Words
Thursday: 6,388 Words
Friday: 5,407 Words.

For a total of 12,251 words.

Still a bit shaky, this week.  Figuring out how to cook and freeze everything so fresh food lasts for three weeks is a major mindset shift.

But I did a lot of reading last week about procrastination and mindsets, trying to find a way out of this nearly universal (as far as I can tell) funk that we writers are all going through at the moment.

So the week ended on a strong up-note.  I’m not even going to sweat about the book being so far behind.  Right now, c’est la vie.


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