I love drafting way more than revising. It's exciting to create something from nothing. But to be completely honest, there are times when I feel like I should burn my manuscript because it sucks and anyone who reads it could suffer permanent eye damage. And that makes me want to revise while I draft. It happened while I was working on my first WiP (which is why it took me soooo long to finish that). I've been told over and over and over again to ignore the Evil Inner Editor and just keep writing. Embrace the sucky first draft. But y'all, that's hard! I want it to be good now. :D
So I'm trying something new this time. I use the track changes feature in Microsoft Word when I'm doing critiques, and I thought why not use it for my writing? When I'm working and I realize I need to change a scene or add something, I go back and hit the New Comment tab and make a note of what I want to fix. Then the comment is there for me to use when I'm DONE with the first draft. So far, I have tons of colorful little bubbles out to the side, waiting for me to make my book all sparkly. It's really helping me to resist the urge to edit as I go.
So do you have any tricks to make yourself keep writing during the first draft and not edit as you go?