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Why You Should Write Daily

Your writing doesn’t improve unless you practice everyday

By Pond Saksit on iStock (image licensed by author)

Writers who pursue their writing daily, grinding it out year after year, simply get better, more quickly, than those who don’t do this. If you practice piano daily, you improve. If you golf daily, you improve. If you want to be a chef, and practice your skills daily, you get better than those who don’t. I have even read on…

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Thomas Plummer

A simple life dedicated to leaving the world a little better than I found it. Long career in the business of fitness, writer of books, speaker, personal coach.