“Write at least every 2/3 days. You will actually enjoy writing without having to look at the word count every two minutes to see if you have already reached your deadline”.

I like this thought because I have noticed that those who write for, 30 days straight for example seem to get weak in the middle of the journey. I wonder if pushing through the journey inspires the practice that turns into skill more easily.

The daily habit is a good one. I think one should acknowledge the practice as practice and that they output may not always be something worthy of publishing. It may however offer a thought that can be developed at a later time.

Really enjoyed your thoughts here. Thanks!

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