18 Lessons I Learned from Failing to Write Every Day

Notes from the October Daily Writing Challenge

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27,706 words & 18 Published Blog Posts Later

1. The world didn’t end just because I didn’t make my goal.

2. That was just the beginning.

3. I improved.

4. I Let Go of Perfectionism.

5. It is actually WORKING

6. Gratitude

7. I’m Growing Faster

8. I Got Closure.

9. Freed up Mental Space & Completely Reframed my Productivity

10. I did not run out of ideas

11. I Get Resistance like a MoFo.

12. Doing Pretty Much Anything Daily is A Valuable Asset.

13. I Burst The Romantic Bubble of “Being a Writer”

14. I Found My Writing Voice.

15. Writing Takes Less Time Than I Think It Does

16. My Writing Still Frustrates Me

17. I have Zero Writing Strategy (Unless, Maybe I Do?)

18. I am Creative (& sidenote: We All Are)

I can’t draw for shit.

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