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@dmoonfire Ugh, I can imagine. Dealing with appliances is a pain. We had to replace our oven/stove a couple of years ago. I'm glad I didn't have to deal with it myself. Couldn't imagine trying to get the old thing out and the new one in. Sounds like you've got your hands full.

Well, seems like I made up for lost time yesterday. I woke up a little bit earlier today and with my trusty cup of tea, I managed 612 words this morning.

a series of unfortunate events 

@dmoonfire Sounds like the week from hell to me. Sorry to hear it.

Every morning, I spend at least 30 minutes with the Online Writing Log, sprinting for a monthly challenge. After spending most of May tweaking the Challenges and Sprints feature, I figured it might be a good idea to record a more in depth walk-thru for those interested.

Check out the video here:


and the Online Writing Log here:


@LWFlouisa Well, yeah, I know where to find this particular one, because I made it myself.

My goal this month: Write at least 500 words every day. So far so good.

The Official OWL May challenges have been posted. 500 words/day to get you to 15,500 words for the month of May.

In addition, join us for daily 30 minute sprints and compete against the other challenge contestants.


@aldersprig Yeah I think regardless of how big of a family you have, it's a change in one way or another.

My first attempt at a heavy/wide load in American Truck Simulator happened to take place in the middle of the night and early morning. It was quite the experience but the sunset was fantastic.

@aldersprig Exactly. I think I'm settling into a good place for my writing though...finally. March wasn't very productive from a writing perspective with all the stay at home mandates, the kids doing school from home etc etc.

TechieInAK boosted

Well, I met my modest April writing goal. I didn't succeed on writing every day but I still managed to get there.

@gamingonlinux I'm in Alaska too so I was totally expecting a poor performance just because of location. No hiccups.

@gamingonlinux I've been surprised about Stadia in general. It works a whole lot better than I expected, and great on Linux.

768 words written today. Pretty happy with my progress so far this month.

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