If you are getting started on a long-term writing project such as an honors thesis, you may have good intentions about setting deadlines and staying motivated, but you may also recognize that you've never done this before. Learn practices that will help you start and complete a project you can be proud of while minimizing agony and despair. This workshop will introduce you to strategies for establishing good habits early, for breaking a large project into smaller chunks, and for addressing procrastination and writer’s block. Participants should bring their calendars. Led by Jessica Kem, director of the Writing Center.