I blogged every day for a month and here’s what happened — it’s not what you think.
Mateja Klaric

A fine write and well said. I think a lot of people try daily blogging as an exercise in writing. I always found it futile dating back to high school when it was mandatory.

For example: when I write poetry, I do it because something wants or needs to come out, not just because I’m capable. If I were to write a poem everyday; if I were to force it, it would contradict my style. It would no longer read as me; contrived and less emotional.

Writing should be pure and fun, we’re storytellers at heart. I hope we can all one day make writing a part of our careers (or the center of) but the day it becomes “work” that’s when you need to take a step back.

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