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Why I Stopped Refreshing My Stats

And you should too.

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I started writing on Medium as a hobby. In the beginning, I would spend days writing, rewriting, and polishing an article before hitting the publish button.

The process of writing itself was the reward for writing back then.

But as time went by, it soon became an obsession. I would spend all day trying to come up with…




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