My daily writing practice has been put to the test many times when I feel like I don’t have much to say. It has pushed me to write even when my brain feels uninspired.
It’s like mining for gold, where gold isn’t found in every square foot of soil but moving that square foot gets you closer to the soil that does. While putting in the daily work sometimes feels futile, it is the daily work that gets us progress.
I write everyday because it allows me to voice what is at the surface. Once that is out of my head, I can dig in another layer deeper. My daily writing practice has been my greatest exploration of self and humanity. Sign up here to receive these thought nuggets in your inbox on the daily.