Free Printable NaNoWriMo Word Count Schedule & Planner Stickers

heyNaNoWriMo Word Count Planner StickersIt’s less than a week until NaNoWriMo begins! If you don’t know what NaNoWriMo is, check out my blog post here, or the NaNo site for more information. If you’re joining me on this novel-writing journey, I’m so glad to have your company! It’s going to be a wild ride.

In preparation for November, I’ve been busy planning my novel with an outline, notes, a playlist, a Pinterest Storyboard, designing a cover (!) and working on character development. But I know that sticking to my daily word-count goal is going to be a big challenge. If I skip just a few days, I could have 10,000 words to catch up on! And that does not sound fun.

To keep myself on track, I wanted to include my NaNoWriMo word count schedule in my planner. I hope that when I see the goal everyday, I’ll be reminded to write, write, write! So I created some planner stickers that include my goal and my actual word count, as well as a little motivational phrase on each day to give myself a little extra nudge.

NaNoWriMo Word Count Schedule

If you’d like to download my printable word-count planner stickers, you can find them here. You can print them out on sticker paper, or simply print them on paper and cut & paste the old-fashioned way (get out that glue stick!). Or, you can also just print the document and use it as an all-in-one-place schedule.

Good luck to my fellow writers! I’ll be posting updates weekly throughout November, so be sure to check back in and let me know how you’re doing.



p.s. If some of the numbers look off, know that I rounded up the daily word count. One benefit: you’ll have 10 fewer words to write on the last day!

Keep on top of your daily writing goals with this free, printable NaNoWriMo Word Count Schedule & Planner Stickers!

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  1. I have read so much about NaNoWriMo and I am so intrigued! I won’t be able to join this year because I have been so busy just posting 5 times a week, but I am keeping this in mind for next month!! This printables are awesome

    • Thanks! Posting five times a week must be a lot of work – I only post 3x a week and it’s a struggle! Thanks for reading!

  2. Re: character development, most first novels are highly autobiography like, so if you base a character(s) on someone you know, it’s much easier. I always look for people that I don’t really well because of hurt feelings. One famous author used friends for characters, justifying her choice by saying it was hard to get good characters, but she could always get a new friend. Tee hee.

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