I’ll Write Over 1.200.000 Words in 2018, More Than The Entire Harry Potter Series

Day 93/365: I can do it, I can do it, I can… oh, look: an Oreo!

How I managed to write 115.000 words this March? It’s all about the Notebook…

The month of March has been a crazy one for me. I landed on 2 new clients (I have a total of 4, I keep things simple, but productive) and I managed to beat my all-time records when it comes to content creation. After launching the website and everything else, the amount of stuff that I need to write on a daily basis has tripled, and then doubled, and then tripled again.

I know work out about 28.000 words in a regular week. Besides the daily 750 words article here on Medium, I work on several other articles that I write every day of the week but the weekends, which are totalling the above-mentioned number. In March, the total was 114.500 words.

Breaking the record

If I keep this pace up, which is both crazy and manageable, I’ll end up writing over 1.2 million words in 2018. That’s more than all of the 7 Harry Potter books combined, which sum up a little under 1.1 million words, according to the mighty Internet. That is INCREDIBLE for me, to be able to write so much and still enjoy doing it.

In fact, I don’t see how I’ll ever end up bored or angry about it because, with every new project that I embark on, it’s like I’m destined to land on only amazing clients with great, interesting and engaging projects. That is KEY when it comes to content creation and keeping it motivating.

It’s like I’m winning the content creation lottery over and over again. I don’t want to jinx this good strike that I’m on, I know that there might be a lot of bad months this year and I’m mentally ready to face them, but until the third quarter of 2018, I have to say I’m set when it comes to writing, and that is nothing but assuring to me.

It’s all about the Notebook

Not the movie, but the little supermarket notebook that I keep on my desk and dictates what’s on the menu for today. That notebook has become my Bible, as I follow the daily tasks and the overall schedule to the letter. This is how I managed to write the equivalent of “The Philosophers Stone” and “The Chamber of Secrets” in the last 5 weeks or so.

Whatever time management app, program or system you use, the only thing you need to remember is to actually devote to it 101% every single day. You might be a freelancer like me, or working in an agency, or anywhere else, but only if you stick to your schedule, you’ll be able to finish your daily tasks and walk home with a smile on your face, a sore back, runny eyes and decent money for coffee.

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 47 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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