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What I Learned from Writing Everyday for 60+ Days

I’ve been blogging for a little over 2 now. Although short period, it has been a game-changer for me. But I’ve started to feel the toll of blogging every day. Let’s weigh out the pros and cons of writing online every day.

What I’ve gained from writing

Blogging online has been a life-changing experience, I’ve got a lot more mental clarity to my ideas. Rather than an idea making sense only to me. I now write the idea down in a clarified manner which is for the reader to understand.

Instead of storing my ideas in my head and forgetting most of them, I’m able to store them in my journal. Those same ideas now have to time brew in the background and most important are available when I need them. By putting pen to paper and writing out my problems, I can analyse my problems in a more organised manner. This approach unclogs my mind and by doing so helps me deal with stress.

Writing down also helps clear my unorganised mind.

Writing helps to remember small but significant detail. Especially when I’m busy and running all over the place, I tend to forget small details. I now have a record of my memories and personal development. This is something my friends, family and the online community can benefit from for years to come.

Since I have been writing every day for over two months, it’s causing me to come up with new ideas every day. Not only does this force me to become more creative, but also keeps an eye out for interesting things. Things that I could add to my daily post.

Everything you do has a downside

In my first month of blogging, I didn’t feel the same pressure to put something out every day as I do now. At times, I can’t seem to find anything to write about, and at other times I don’t seem to find the time to write anything.

I was hoping that I could complete a post with the drafts within an hour, but it’s taking a little longer than two hours. Hopefully, that will change within the coming months.


Writing online daily has

  • Allowed me to store my idea where people can enjoy them.
  • Helped me to unclog my mind from stress
  • Forced me to be more creative by coming up with new ideas every day

But at times I do feel I can’t come up with any new ideas. It also takes up too much time to write every day.


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