Challenge yourself to write every day.
My daily writing challenges help writers develop a daily writing habit.
How often do you hear people tell you that if you want to be a writer, you have to write every day? A lot, I’ll bet. There are a couple of reasons behind this advice:
- Aspiring writers often relegate writing to the luxury category in their lives, rather than the essential category.
- A daily writing habit helps us overcome that waiting-for-inspiration fallacy.
- The more you do something, the better you get at it.
- Writing encourages self-examination and can help people heal.
- Daily writing generates new story ideas.
Gifting yourself 15 minutes a day with a daily writing challenge can work wonders for your writing practice and productivity.
I’m a writing coach who specializes in keeping writers on track to finish their first draft of a writing project. I’ve been running writers groups and creative writing workshops for the better part of 15 years. I’ve seen the amazing results that can happen when a writer commits to a writing schedule.
In my workshops, we often do writing exercises where we write for 15 minutes. I’m always surprised by how much writers generate in such a short time.
This is why I’ve created daily writing challenges that send you a writing prompt every day by email. Your mission: Write every day for 15 minutes. That’s it. And you love writing, remember?
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