Benefits Of Daily Writing Routine & Why It May Not Be For You

The benefits of daily writing routine outweigh the drawbacks, yet those drawbacks can overwhelm you and force you to rethink daily writing as a routine. The big question is, does daily writing routine work for you? If it does, you can work through the rest of the drawbacks and embrace the practice.

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12 thoughts on “Benefits Of Daily Writing Routine & Why It May Not Be For You

  1. They said that it takes 21 days to do something and it will become part of you, for me it’s like a missing meal, because I have a burning desire for it.

    Not withstanding, there is also sometimes you will get bored, of which you need to relax your brain by going to park, gym or whatever game. But in my case most of times when I am out for game, inspiration will be coming, of which you have to jot them down (and it will put you in command of writing) because i believe that if you lose Divine information, it will be a big lost

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  2. They said that it takes 21 days to do something and it will become part of you, for me it’s like missing meals because I have a burning desire to it.

    Not withstanding, there also sometimes you will get bored of which you need to relax your brain by going to park, gym or whatever game. But in my case most of time when I am out of game, inspiration will be coming of which you have to jot down (and it will put you in command of writing) because if you lose Divine information, it will be a big lost

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    1. That’s a great point and it’s true. Sometimes you don’t just feel like writing at all even when daily writing has become a part of you. As you rightly said, the best thing to do is to distract yourself from writing and do other things that interest you. When you regain your writing strength, you go back to it.
      Thank you so much for a meaningful comment.

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