After today’s writing, I will have written for 29 days in a row. I learned to prioritize my writing. I am proud of myself for writing on work days, weekends, travel days, and holidays, such as Mother’s Day. I learned that I would get it done when I put the time and dedication ahead of the excuses. Was every day’s writing excellent? No. Not even close. Sometimes I got up early to write before work meetings, and my brain wasn’t fully awake. When I traveled, my schedule was not my own, and I’d have to squeeze in my writing at the end of the day. I’m not complaining. I’m just explaining that every day this month, I created the time. In June, I’ll be turning away from writing prompts and turning towards revising my novel. Day by day, I’ll put in the time and accomplish my goal of finalizing my story so that I can pitch it to a publisher. Stay tuned!