One thing that I've changed since the last update on Eat the Rich was my daily page quota; I'm trying to get in three pages a day instead of two. Hey, it'd be great if I could get in fifty pages, but there's only so much that I can do.
I've always said that the first draft of anything is the one that sucks the big one. It's a philosophy that won't die any time soon. Weaving scattered images into a coherent story out of seemingly thin air isn't easy, so three pages a day is a fair pace for me. Like I said in my Numbers post, you've got to keep a perspective on things. A few pages a day doesn't sound like much, but they add up over time.
Steinbeck says you should try to write just one page a day. I wonder if he'd call me a workaholic.