If you’re going to write 50,000 words, unless you’re a terrifyingly fast writer, you’re going to be at it for a while. The idea is that you slog through for 30 days, really. So where are you going to spend those 30 days?
You’re going to need sustenance, comfort and sufficient peace and quiet. My writing processes require music but no conversation, tea or hot chocolate, and some form of alcohol. We’re all different. You need to prepare your space, though. Coffee shops are excellent writing spaces if you like to watch people and put them into your novels, and they do provide a ready supply of tea and cake. Libraries are quiet but full of distractions, and a distinct lack of tea. Your own home may be full of children or cats, as mine is, and I could quite honestly get 50,000 words from them walking across the keyboard (cats, not children), and you have to make your own tea.
It’s up to you, but now is the time to start thinking about it. Your local NaNo group should know of good places, but if you want to find your own corner you’ve got a couple of weeks left to do that. Find your corner, and then send me a picture of it.