November 1st marks the beginning of National Novel Writing Month: NaNoWriMo! If you are working on any project (it doesn't even have to be prose), you'll find encouragement everywhere to help keep your writing every day. The official goal is to write 50,000 words of your first draft in 30 days.
Everyone writes differently. I tend to quickly write early drafts that are very long and need a lot of editing. Others write very, very slowly. If you decide to participate in this month, my advice is to use the encouragement and community to amplify what you already do well. If you tend to write a lot, do that. If you tend to write slowly, give yourself the time to do that.
Today, make a goal that is attainable for this month's schedule and then re-group at the end of the month to see what you accomplished and how you can continue this momentum. You might focus on time (how long will you write each day?) or word count (how many words on the page can you reach each day?)
Official NaNoWriMo website
Follow the hashtag on Twitter to read what writers are accomplishing: #NaNoWriMo2019
Related events and online resources from the DC Public Library
Female identifying writers might join the Facebook Binders (and then look for the endless subgroups)
TED talks about writing
Reddit for Writers: 47 Writing Subreddits to Explore by Jess Zafarris (Writer's Digest)
NaNoWriMo Begins! 30 Tips for Conquering Your 30-Day Writing Challenge by Jess Zaffaris (Writer's Digest)