Returning Home After Camp

Well, Camp NaNoWriMo June edition has been over for nearly a week now. It’s time to return to “normal” life. ┬áTime to clean up the neglected house and wash the camp smell (what even is that camp smell, remember the one from when you were a kid?) from your clothes and sleeping bag. Summer camp is over … for now.

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Week Three: All Caught Up

Sometimes it helps to go old fashioned: Pencil and Paper

I honestly did not think it was going to happen. By the end of last weekend, I was 12,000 words behind. It seemed absolutely impossible. Somehow, I dug deep into my creativity and managed to pull through. Now, I am only a couple of hundred words behind, which I hope to make up today.

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Camp NaNoWriMo: Packing Your Supplies

Okay, so this isn’t a real camp. You probably won’t need the bug spray or sunscreen unless you’re planning to write outside. You won’t need to pack that favourite stuffed teddy bear into your suitcase and hope none of the other campers find him, and there’s no need to try to roll up that annoying sleeping bag that never rolls up quite right. There are, though, a couple of things I’d recommend getting ready as you start your first day of camp.

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