Writing is Writing is Writing

The reason I have pushed myself to blog every day is to write. To build a habit. To get better at writing. To force myself to finish something every day. And to write. And write some more. (And write some more…)

So, yes, I skipped yesterday. I could tell you all the details that led to that. But it doesn’t really matter.

I did write, though, which is the more important element of blogging.

I answered two questions on Quora and doing so reminded me of how much I enjoy writing answers on the site.

I call myself a writer, and it’s not in name only. I write. You can look at this blog and see when and what I’ve written. You can look at my published work page and my portfolio to see more examples.

I write therefore I am a writer.

3 thoughts on “Writing is Writing is Writing”

    1. Making writing a daily habit has really helped me improve my writing and stay focused on my projects over the last couple months. I definitely recommend writing daily or doing a 30-day blogging challenge where you blog every day for 30 days.

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