2 Months Done, 10 To Go, I Need Your Help
Day 60/365: My top 8 February articles, and asking you guys for a little help for month 3…
I’m now done with 60 continuous days of writing here on Medium. I’m not going to do another recap article like I did at the end of month one, as I’m planning to do a big one on day 101, so keep that in mind if you’re a fan of lists and quotes. Two months of daily blogging is the most that I’ve ever gone with doing something daily, including Saturdays and Sundays.
I know I’m not an influencer or a great writer or anything as such, but for me, this is a BIG deal. Even the idea of doing something continuously for 2 months is mindboggling for some people, and so it was for me before starting this challenge.
I still love writing daily, which is encouraging because I’m still 10 months away from my goal. And the goal is not easy, as there are trips that I’ll have to take this year, both for pleasure and business, which is always a pain in the bottom when you’re doing a challenge like this. I’m confident that I’ll succeed, though, because I’ve developed a great sense of discipline, as writing here on Medium has become a natural part of my day.
It’s simply a part of me now. It’s not a chore, it’s not a task, it’s not just another thing to do. It’s my new daily thing, just like going out for coffee is, but on steroids, as I do it every.single.day.
Here’s a list of my top 8 articles from the month of February:
Day 33/365: This is my journey as a leading journalist for the local media in my hometown and how it lead me to…medium.com
Day 43/365: I used these 7 methods to organically grow my Instagram following, and they‘ll work for you toomedium.com
Day 44/365: Here’s why I think long-menus restaurants are going extinct in about 5 years from nowmedium.com
Day 46/365: Praying to God has an important role in our lives, regardless if we believe in one god, more gods or your…medium.com
Day 48/365: Here are all the myths about Romanians that you’ve ever heard, demystified!medium.com
Day 53/365: So what do you do for a living? Well, I write…medium.com
Day 57/365: Look no further, this is how you do Mondays that don’t hurt and can be lived as Fridays… well, almost…medium.com
Day 58/365: Complete lack of privacy, iPad addiction and mental struggles from an early age are the ingredients of a…medium.com
Good, now that that’s out of the way, I have a little favour to ask. Don’t worry, I’m not going to put up a Donations button below, like a lot of the writers do nowadays. I told you from the start that the only goal with the challenge is for me to finish it, nothing more. I am a man of my words.
Instead, I’m asking you to leave a comment to this article in which you suggest at least one topic for me to write about, and why would you like me to write about it.
What’s the story that you’d love to read on this blog?
That’s it! Help me out a little, not because I lack topics, but because I want to give each month a sort of a theme, for which to write at least half of the articles for the 30 or 31 days of that month. Let’s chose the theme together!
Thank you for your time!
If you want an article like the one above for your blog or website, or any type of content for that matter, you can reach me on my content creator page HERE and we can come up with the best writing piece for you and your business!
My name is Gabriel Iosa, I’m a 25 years old travel enthusiast, food lover, Psychology student, Full-time Freelancer, writer and Instagram fanatic. You can follow me @gabrieliosa, and if you liked this post, give it exactly 45 claps!
I’m on a mission to write 365 articles in 2018. This is definitely the biggest writing challenge of my life so far. If you’d like to be part of the journey, please follow me here on Medium.com for the daily posts!
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