4 Thoughts on My Writing Sprint
I Blogged Each Day for 30 Days
I just finished a “writing sprint.”
My goal was to write and publish every day on Medium for 30 days. This is the last one.
Check out the black dots…it shows when I published on Medium.
I can tell you this though: I won’t publish every day from here on.
Instead, I’ll plan writing sprints.
What’s a Writing Sprint?
Some may think of it as a focused block of time to write, but I like to think of it more like software development and agile sprints.
You have a set of work that you try to get done in a set amount of time.
And then you ship.
- To prepare for my next writing sprint, I’ll need to come up with a few more ideas beforehand, and potentially have them build upon one another. I need a few more days here and there to create longer posts.
- My goal for this writing sprint was to get back into the rhythm and most of these posts have been short.
- But a new writing sprint doesn’t mean that I have to publish every day. I could just focus on writing each day for a certain period of time, and create a longer post, series, or even a book.
- These 30 days of writing have been good. I wanted to build my skills and consistency again after having a more inconsistent output over the last few months especially with Create Make Write, where most of the posts appeared.
These were the 5 most popular posts that I wrote over the past 30 days: