Why I Started Writing Every Day
If you've ever created content, you know how tough it can be to show up day in and day out.
Sometimes your creative flame dwindles.
Sometimes the motivation isn't there.
Sometimes you don't want to get on camera.
I've been there and I was tired of feeling bad about myself for not putting out an abundance of content every single day.
I've written in a journal almost every day for the past 3 years and always viewed writing as an escape, not as a way of creating content. But then on February 1st, I decided I was going to commit to writing at least an hour every single day for a few reasons:
- To create a content library
- To commit to something
- To become a better writer
The benefits have been better than I ever could've imagined.
- I'm less stressed
- I'm thinking clearer
- I feel accomplished
- I've found a sense of purpose
- It forces me to articulate better
- I can see a clear path of progress
Would you benefit from writing every day?