Was it anti-failure clause #6? I'm typing in a hurry before I leave work for the day, and can't be bothered to look it up. This was almost a very short experiment, as I completely blew off writing for the weekend. In my defense, I was moving at the time. However, my rules don't account for major life happenings (on purpose - else I'd never get anything done).
So now I need to find some way to keep doing this even when I'm not, quite frankly, goofing off at work. I'd feel bad, but I'm invoking anti-failure clause #6 (pretty sure it was 6). Instead, I'm calling this a learning experience: brain, we need to write even while not trying to waste time at work. Please get thinking about ways to do that. kthx.
Consecutive days of writing: 001
Longest previous streak: 002
Word count since 4/30/09: 1378