I’m thinking about starting this thing where I look back at the previous month and pull out what was good, highlights and other spiffy things. It might be a monthly thing, and it might not – I know myself way too well to say that I’ll definitely do it, since my brain often go “oh no, you won’t!” and it happens a total of one, maybe two, times.
Anyway. On with the show.
- I got my Driver’s Licence!
- I donated blood for the first time!
- I won NaNoWriMo for the first time, on the sixth try!
- Winter happened, so I’m constantly freezing. Snow didn’t happen, though.
- Almost no work, so my pay has been super low. Less than welfare.
- The month started with no Internet.
All in all
Can’t complain, really. It has been an awesome month, and although I felt a depression starting in the end of October, I haven’t really felt anything close to a depression during November. December is such a warm, light, fuzzy month anyways, and as soon as I start putting up Yuletide decorations (I don’t celebrate the Christian part of Christmas, so it’s easier to call it Yuletide), there’s no chance I will fall into a depression. You never know, though.
January, on the other hand…
All in all, November 2014 has been a social, funny and positive month. I accomplished more in a month than I usually do in a year, I hung out with awesome people several times a week because of NaNoWriMo, there’s no snow yet (I don’t really like snow), and I didn’t get the depression I thought I would get. And despite it being a cold, moneyless month, I had a good time, and I had enough money to survive.
I’m a part of a group of people who are going to start a list of 101 things we want to accomplish in 1001 days, starting January 1st 2015. We all have different lists, and we’re using the web page dayzeroproject.com to keep track of this.
You can find my personal list here, or you can click the link on the top of the page, which will lead you to the list. I’m pretty sure the list on my actual Day Zero Project profile will be updated more often than the one I have pasted here on my blog, but I will try to update them both.
Some of the goals are really easy to do, others are easy, but take time, and others again are harder. But all the things on this list are things I think I’ll be able to do during 1001 days (2,7 years), so I have hopes that I’ll get through them all.
Some of the things on my list are on someone else’s list too, so some things we’ll do together. Other things, we’ll do alone.
I will try to make some posts about my progress through this project, but since I know myself pretty well, there might also not be too many updates. We’ll see.
Now I just can’t wait until I’m allowed to start!
I now have 57646 words, and the story is finally done. I’m so tired of this story now. I need some distance from this story before ever touching it again.
I. Am. Done.
Okay, the two last days have been crazy.
Firstly, this happened:
Yeah. I kinda won NaNoWriMo for the first time.
That was yesterday.
Today turned out to be just as crazy. Remember I told you I was trying to get my driver’s licence?
I effin passed!
A part of me is petrified by the fact that they think I’m a good enough driver to be let out on the roads, and I feel that the actual driver’s test today went horrible. Obviously not. I have this piece of paper that I can bring, and it counts as a driver’s licence until my actual licence arrives in my mailbox.
Then, I donated blood for the first time! That was much less uncomfortable than I thought it would be. I was sure I was going to be so dizzy, but nope. I’m just very tired. And trying to drink more than I use to to build up my fluid levels again.
I also have a leg of lamb preparing in the oven, and I think Husband said something about chocolate mousse. And, since a whole leg of lamb would go bad before we could manage to eat it, we’re having friends over for dinner.
Life is good. <3
I’m in my winter jacket. This thing has epic pockets. I decided to document what’s currently in my pockets, since I have about 20 minutes to kill.
Warning! Picture-heavy post.
Everything is cold and I’m freezing and all the buses were late today and I had to go to work and I wrote like 50 words today.
It’s 24 centigtrades in this room, and I’m sitting here wrapped up in a thick woolen blanket, with probably three layers of clothing, freezing my arse off.
I hate being cold. I hope the gløgg will take care of that.
…do people even drink gløgg in other countries? I hope you non-Norwegians do, because it’s made of awesome. But, alas, I’m way too cold and lazy to research this. Maybe I’ll make a gløgg related post in December, when gløgg season starts.
I’m just gonna sit here drinking gløgg, scowling at everyone and watch youtube videos about, um, notebooks?
Right now I have 38.938 words in total.
By the end of the day, I will reach 40.000 words or more.
Since this is only 1.062 words, it’s not going to be all that hard, I hope.
There will be a NaNoWriMo report later today, where I will celebrate my success.
Stay tuned. Or come back later. It’s all up to you.
Today is the day where I beat my NaNoWriMo record. Last year I wrote a total of 33.435 words. I now have 33.436 words on this year’s project. I used 12 days to reach something I managed to do in 30 days last year.
Damn, I’m good.
Only 16.564 words left. I can do this shit!