Well, NaNoWriMo is nearly over, and unless some sort of miracle happens, I'm not finishing my novel on time. I'm still going to write with what moments I have, but 50,000 words it won't be.
Still, it's not the end of the world or anything. The whole point of this is that it's essentially practice. I've learned some things, though, that should help next year. I think that the main one is that I should make a much more detailed outline before the month begins.
Before NaNoWriMo began, I set Steam to not start on boot-up, and I turned it off. That meant no TF2 for me, among other things. So, I've missed several weeks' worth of item drops, but I don't feel worse for wear about it. In fact, I'm considering leaving it off through December, too, especially considering that I'll be using December and January to play the very last of LEGO Universe, which is sadly ending. It'll also help me to avoid the annual temptation to buy XMas-related stuff (i.e., winter keys for festive crates, or whatever).
Meanwhile, I just need an idea for next year's novel....