I wrote a terrible scene today. Meaning I could tell it was bad, as I was writing it. Mostly because I switched point of view two or three times in as many pages.
This was probably the hardest I've fought to make myself keep going, instead of stopping to edit. But I'm writing longhand, on paper, and I don't want it to get too messy at this point. Because I realized awhile back that if I allow myself to edit, well, I'll never move on. I'm getting 4.5-5 pages down in a half hour (no idea how many words that is) and if I start editing, that pace will drop and I'll never finish.
Plus, I prefer the global edits. So that I can check for consistency among parts easily, using command + F and so forth.
I am getting better at writing, though. I don't make a lot of those newbie speaker attribution mistakes, anymore, and when I transition between different characters' points of view, at least I recognize it now for the problem it is, so I can go back to it and fix it later.
Speaking of writing, though, I've only done 30 minutes so far today. Since it's a Saturday, I've got another half hour to go. Better get to work.