You can also use Evernote to store some contingency plans. Typically, what I would do is pick one or two of the scenes that I was really looking forward to writing and set them aside. In Evernote, for instance, you could create a couple of notes for these scenes and tag them as contingencies. I save these for those days when I am feeling completely unmotivated to write. If I sit down for five minutes and nothing is happening, I’ll pull out one of my contingency notes–describing a scene I’m really excited about writing–and write that scene.
Ready for NaNoWriMo? In my part of the world, it's November 1.
Wherever you are in the world, it's time to take a deep breath -- you have a long novel-writing month ahead of you. Pace yourself. :-)
The above article gives you some excellent tips on using Evernote during NaNoWriMo.
Evernote is one of my favorite writing tools.