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  • Writer's pictureDillan Taylor

Write Everyday

There have been times where I have written several blog posts and then scheduled them out for the following days. While efficient, I much prefer to sit down each morning to write a new one.

I enjoy getting my mind working early in the morning; having to articulate my thoughts onto the keyboard. Aside from that, I have been doing it for so long that it has become a true habit (i.e. something I literally never have to think about doing; I just sit down and start writing).

You do not have to write a daily blog post for the world (who am I kidding, *6 people) to see; but I recommend writing something each day. Get your thoughts down on paper or screen, even if they make no sense. You will be glad to look back and see the stories you told, how your mind worked, and how your writing has improved.


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