I know that sounds like an impossible task, but if you break it down that's only 1,667 words per day. That's about seven manuscript pages. That seems more doable, right? Seven little, measly pages a day. You can do that!
This is a little extreme--and I personally think that going to extremes leads to quick burnout, but hey whatever works for you.
For me, NaNo means going to the office (cough Starbucks cough) every day. I mean EVERY DAY. I'm not usually a write every day kind of writer, unless deadline looms, and I feel pretty guilty about this. But for this one month, without a contracted deadline driving me, I'm going to write every day and finish the book.
As my grandfather always said, BISHOK: Butt In Seat, Hands On Keyboard
What about you? How many Buzz readers (and Bees) are participating in NaNo this year?