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

Thank you! My 30-day daily blogging experiment lasted five days before I hit that wall. Your story here is a great expression of how it felt for me, too. I’m much more comfortable with writing a couple of good pieces a week, giving myself time to reflect on what makes the story good, considering the content editing more carefully and making many copy edits.

And I have a book to finish, too. That work was being neglected.

I’ve seen prolific bloggers whose names became familiar to me, whose content was worth my attention, and whose numbers rose quickly, but whose spelling, punctuation and other copy errors were so distracting that I lost interest pretty quickly.

Thank you for giving me “permission” to slow down and make good work.

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