Anyway, I've been collecting NaNo links, but this one came up from Paperback Writer today, called Pro-to-NaNo. It's a list of advice from professional writers to NaNo novices.
This one amused me:
11. Writing can be exhausting, both mentally and physically. Try to get eight hours sleep a night, minimum, and if you're writing all day, take a one-hour break to rest in the afternoon.
Um. Seriously? People doing NaNo are writing all day? Do these people have children, jobs, pets, significant others or watch Bones - all those things that prevent you from writing all day? And if they are writing all day, probably aren't they not novices?