If you’ve followed this blog at all the last few years, you’ve probably noticed that I’ve been trying something different lately:
Blogging. Every. Day.
I enjoy the structure of needing to write and post something every day.
I found that I was hoarding my blog ideas, saving them for a “better” time. But, as Annie Dillard says:
“One of the few things I know about writing is this: Spend it all, shoot it, play it, lose it, all, right away, every time. Do not hoard what seems good for a later place in the book, or for another book, give it, give it all, give it now.”
This isn’t an attempt to build my platform or increase my blog presence/readership. This is an experiment for me, to explore new ideas, to write daily and send those words out into the world.
I’m not worried about timing my posts to get the most traffic or writing headlines that lure readers in. It’s truly just about writing something every day.
As Seth Godin says,
“Are you able, every day, to say one thing that’s new that you can stand behind?”
As I write something each day, I’ve become a tuning fork to the world around me, always seeking something new to explore here. Something I can articulate and stand behind.
The more I create, the more ideas I have.
The more ideas I have, the more I write.
The more I write, the more I learn to spend it all, every time.
The more I learn to spend it all, the more I learn to trust my creative process.
The more I trust the process, the more I create.