Last year I did a whole month of writing a blog post every day. It was awesome. I felt great about myself and my over all productively went up. This month I’ve written very little and I’ve over all accomplished very little as well. I haven’t been the best mood this month either. It seems to me there is a some sort of correlation between the two.
This next March I will give writing every day another go. I need to get back into healthy work habits and writing is the best place to start.
Most of the content will be here on my personal site. Crypto currency related content will likely be posted on my business blog at Ethereumclothing.com. Cannabis content will be found on other blog CannaThis.blog.
Looking forward to another month of kicking ass.
Roughly 13 days into blogging everyday. It’s something I’ve been meaning to do since I first joined Praxis back in 2014. It’s a task entrepreneur circles tend to hype up and honestly i’m pretty sold. Through blogging like this I’ve really learned to keep commitments.
I’ve made a promise to my community, but most importantly to myself that id write everyday this month. Being young, dumb and unmotivated it’s pretty normal for me to come up with a project and not follow through. Even just two weeks in I’m already noticing my work ethic developing and my ability to follow through getting better.
Looking forward to writing more.
Well i’m 5 days into my personal challenge for writing every day in November. So far it’s been a great opportunity to get myself into healthy work habits and keep my wit sharp. Along with a lot of other cool stuff going on it’s been a huge confidence boost and I’ve felt mostly kickass all week.
My strategy is to primarily write in the morning when I can. It doesn’t always happen as I can get distracted or awake to some work that I wasn’t expecting but it’s my optimal time to write.
It’s a great way to start off my day. Gets my brain going before it’s loud and filled with all the random shit I see and learn the next few hours. Helps remind me I can do anything with just a little discipline and creativity.
More most importantly though… It’s a good excuse to justify spending the first hour of my morning in bed without any pants.