Failing to plan is planning to fail.
Clean your space.
In a perfect world, everything would be in its place. But we live in an imperfect world, so before April rolls around, try to tidy your desk.
Make necessary purchases.
It doesn’t hurt to make a shopping trip beforehand. Get what you need in advance, so that you aren’t making too many trips during the month ahead.
Build good habits.
And break bad ones. Stop procrastinating.
Find a routine.
Or adjust your current one accordingly. No one said it would be easy.
Prep some meals.
This is adulting at its finest. Or just basic survival.
In whatever you can. If you’re a blogger, write blog posts now and schedule them for the future.
It’s not easy going from writing 166 words a day to 1667 words. Trust me on this.
Schedule writing days.
If you know you’re going to be exceptionally busy one weekend because your friend is getting married, it wouldn’t be a good idea to make your novel the biggest priority those days. But if you’re planning to chill on Friday night, maybe you’ll reach your word count and then some.
Allow yourself to go out and enjoy your last few days of freedom.