Saturday, January 21, 2012

Here's to Another Thousand

What I'm reading now: Clockwork Prince, by Cassandra Clare

Discovered a little feature in Word 2010 that tells you minutes you've spent editing a document (it's under File, then look all the way over at Properties on the right side of the screen). So I took a look at the time I've spent on my manuscript. I'm not sure how accurate this is, because I might've left it open without working on it or I might've created a new file halfway through, but the current draft has 1,056.75 hours logged against it. And yup, there's still a ton of work to do.

To give you a better idea of what that means, if you worked 8 hours a day straight, no lunch break, no bathroom breaks, and absolutely no weekends off, it would take you 132 days to put 1,056 hours into something. That rivals my husband's Modern Warfare hourage. Scary.


  1. That's why dreaming is hard work!

    Oh, I second the husband gameing hour situation being boarderline scary with my own 100% lol.



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