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So, for “Write Every Day,” do I really truly need to write every day?

So, for “Write Every Day,” do I really truly need to write every day?

What if I don’t feel like it? What if I’m tired?

What if I have nothing to write?

Ooh, that one sounds really bad, like you might get some sympathy from a fellow writer.

What if: 

  1. I don’t have any WiFi?
  2. It’s so late and I’m so tired that I can’t even type?
  3. I will only write crap if I write right now?
  4. I decided I want to make it “Write Every Other Day” instead?
  5. My computer fell into the Mekong River?
  6. My son isn’t feeling well and I can’t remove my hands from under his head?
  7. I already wrote a book?
  8. I’ll be better in the morning anyway?
  9. I have a note from mommy?
  10. I just don’t feel like it?

Here’s how much sympathy you’re going to get from me, as a certain friend calls me, Write Every Day Guy:

Nada.

I don’t care. No, really, I don’t care about your excuses and your real problems. All I really care about is that you Write Every Day.

I bet you have 10 quick reasons you’d love to not write every day. Wanna share?

So, for "Write Every Day," do I really truly need to write every day?

So, for “Write Every Day,” do I really truly need to write every day? Even I’d rather be on a train?

About The Author

Bradley

I don't like to call them excuses. They're priorities. With a handful of exceptions, we usually have a choice in our actions. They just need to be prioritized.

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