One of the goals I attempt every year is to write one million words. In the grand scheme of things, a million really isn’t all that many. In fact, I used to write more than twice this amount back in the day. However, it’s not my primary goal.
A lot of writers suffer from one prominent behavior: being overly critical of themselves. In many cases, this has more to do with self-confidence and esteem than anything else. So, how do people get past this behavior to become successful?
Now that things are starting to settle a big after my 90 blog posts in 30 days challenge, it’s time to set up yet another. Actually, I’ve been wanting to do an experiment of writing for 30 days on Vocal Media for a few months now. So, it’s time to get that ball rollin’.
we have it. I just published 90 blog posts in 30 days. It was an exceptionally long month and my mental health isn’t doing all that great. But, I did learn quite a bit about myself throughout this experiment.
As I wind down this blogging experiment, it’s time to start thinking about the future of WriterSanctuary. No, I’m not going anywhere. But I do need to come up with a plan that will keep us going in the right direction.