Tracking your words for #NaNoWriMo

There are many ways to track your words for NaNoWriMo.  The key is to keep track of your word count. If you break the 50,000 words into 30 days, it is 1,667 words per day. That’s all fine and good, but life has a way of interfering. A calendar lets you keep track of the days you are writing and what you need to do to catch-up.

Here is a list of calendars that help you with keeping track of those words.

A practical calendar from http://davidseah.com.

Inspirational calendar from WalkingInDarkness737 in DeviantArt.com

 

A heroic calendar, also by WalkingInDarkness737 at DeviantArt.com

While NaNoWriMo.org has a lot of cool tools to help track your progress, sometimes simple is better.

Write on, my friends, write on!

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