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Do This if You Don’t Have Time To Write Everyday

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Reading is the cheat code.

I read five to ten blog posts every day and let other writers inspire me. I don’t always have the time or energy to write. Reading keeps my mind focused, and it doesn’t tire me out like writing does.

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Ryan Porter

Ryan Porter

4x Top Writer | Author of Part Time Newsletter | I write about freelancing and work-life balance | Get the Effortless Blogger Blueprint at parttime.substack.com

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