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Three pages written today; the daily two I do as a minimum in the morning and now an extra one. 53-1=52 pages of backlog. I'm making progress, albeit rather slow.
Why do you measure it in pages? The standard measurement of writing is words, because pages can vary depending on margin and font size. I'm just curious.
Just easier to keep track of while I'm writing. I tried meeting a daily word goal of a thousand words but had to keep fighting the urge to check where I was after every sentence or so. This is a rough draft so I'll be rewriting and then I'll prune it to a subscription standard.
I always use the same writing program -- Open Office Writer -- so the format never changes. If I write with pen and paper I then type it and it counts toward my pages. 12 point font, 1.5 line spacing, Ariel Unicode MS, so two pages comes out to roughly 600 words. Not a thousand but it's a start.
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