Write Every Day

I suffer from the typical writer’s block. I see a blank screen and want to run. I think of editing some old work and cringe. I’ve been wanting to write on a regular basis for, oh, a decade. Not ten days, not ten months, but ten years. When oh when will that day come where I learn to write on a regular basis? John Muldoon’s Monthly Experiments has me thinking that I discovered (or he did) something of a secret: if I can manage to do something for a month, maybe it can become a habit. The nice part about the “monthly” is that is makes it bite size, I can handle it, it doesn’t scare me, I can achieve it. If it’s a big disaster, oh well, it was only a month. Also, as John points out, hey, it was just an experiment, so I don’t have to talk about failure, I can just talk about what happened. So here we go, it’s November 1, 2012. I’m hoping, I’m even smiling to myself (no, really) that I’ll look back on this day with pride and say that was the day that it all began. Whew, exhilarating.

There are several writing challenges going on this month (National Novel Writing Month, Copyblogger’s EBookWriMo Challenge, I’m sure there are more), but I’m not planning on writing an e-book or a novel this month (although I’d be happy to take up that challenge some other month!). This month, I just want to produce. My rules are that I have to publish something on any site I have publishing rights to every day this month. That’s it. Ready? I am.

April 2013: I’m finding more and more people who are doing similar challenges. It’s great to share the pain–and the gain. Here are a few, do you know any more? Would love to hear about them. 
September 2014: If I’m only looking to write and enjoy writing, I’m succeeding.  You Don’t Need to Grow Your Audience. You Need This Instead.

Update August 2013: I’m enjoying finding other writers who share similar passions. If they post (usually on Repossible), I’m adding it below as I edit it and, frankly, editing can be more of a job than writing! It’s also interesting to “play” editor: trying to help them find their voice, trying to stick with the theme of the site, etc. When I put their post in for an “editing” job for me, I’m also putting another writing post in for myself. Just a math geek that way.
I’m even going to keep a running tally of posts here, counting this one as the first.

  1. Write Every Day (Nov 1)
  2. Let Me Look Into That (Nov 1)
  3. If I don’t know where I’m going, how will I know when I arrive? (Nov 2)
  4. Thrift Store Runway (Nov 3, while at a party … !)
  5. Skytech Solar (Nov 4)
  6. Philanthropy Futures (Nov 5)
  7. WOO Button (Nov 6)
  8. Mint is the New Sugar (Nov 7)
  9. Proposition 37 lost, but now it’s on the map (Nov 8)
  10. Where does creativity come from? (Nov 9)
  11. Kale Kocktail Livens Otherwise Pretty Good Party (Nov 10)
  12. It’s not too late … to delegate! (Nov 10)
  13. Neetu Ahluwalia (Nov 11 … sick as a dog!)
  14. The Right Tool for the Job (Nov 12)
  15. Change of Scenery (Nov 12)
  16. Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (Nov 12)
  17. WOO Canvas is Now Responsive! But what if I don’t want responsive? (Nov 13)
  18. WordPress Gallery (Nov 13)
  19. Do you mind if I add you to my mailing list? Yes, I do. (Nov 13)
  20. Katovich & Kassan Law Group (Nov 14)
  21. Bunker Vein & Imaging Center (Nov 15)
  22. Do you know your inner clock? (Nov 15)
  23. A Writer Walks into a Bookstore … (Nov 16)
  24. It’s Real (Nov 17)
  25. Lone Morch’s Big Night (Nov 17)
  26. No One is Watching: What Do You Do? (Nov 18)
  27. Raw (Nov 19)
  28. Pretend You’re an Interviewer (Nov 20)
  29. Can We Strengthen Our Memories? (Nov 21)
  30. Really Annoyed … and Why That’s a Good Thing (Nov 22)
  31. Trinity Reverse Mortgage (Nov 23)
  32. Cutting Edge Capital (Nov 24)
  33. The Slow Train (Nov 25)
  34. Katrina Rozelle (Nov 26)
  35. Determination (Nov 27)
  36. If Not Now, Then When? (Nov 28)
  37. Community Ventures (Nov 29)
  38. Summary Tables (Nov 30)
  39. WordPress 3.5 Overview (Nov 30)
  40. I Am, I Love, I Cry, I Worry, I Try, I Wonder, I Hope (Dec 1)
  41. I Wonder If I’ll Get More Friends (Dec 2)
  42. Every Bite is Divine (Dec 3)
  43. Embed YouTube in WordPress (Dec 4)
  44. The Goal of Having No Goals (Dec 5)
  45. Do The Last Thing on Your To Do List (Dec 6)
  46. Google Apps No Longer Free (Dec 7)
  47. Beauty is Anywhere (Dec 8)
  48. I’m Not an Authority on the Subject, But I Can Write (Dec 9)
  49. Work Work Balance (Dec 10)
  50. As You Should (Dec 11)
  51. Gravity Forms to WordPress Post (Dec 12)
  52. Repossible (Dec 12)
  53. Should I Upgrade to the Latest Version of WordPress? (Dec 13)
  54. Creation is Hard (Dec 14)
  55. Bookkeeping on Saturday Morning (Dec 15)
  56. If You Only Want One SEO Tip for 2013, This Is It (Dec 16)
  57. WOO Themes Responsive to my Responsive Design Challenge (Dec 17)
  58. If You Create It, Will They Come? (Dec 18)
  59. Add a Blog to Your Website (Dec 19)
  60. Add Subscribe Form to your WOO Theme with MailChimp (Dec 20)
  61. Goal Weight … Revisited (Dec 21)
  62. Higher EDge Scholar (Dec 22)
  63. Do I need to buy all variations of a domain name? (Dec 23)
  64. Bite-Size Change (Dec 24)
  65. Big Change (Dec 25)
  66. Added Thin and Thin/Italic to typography options (Dec 26)
  67. Moonlit Bubbles, Spooky Mangroves and Sleeping Iguanas (Dec 27)
  68. Start Without a Destination (Dec 28)
  69. Screen Detox (Dec 29)
  70. WP Engine (Dec 30)
  71. Puerto Rican Tacos (Dec 31)
  72. Live, live, live! (Jan 1, 2013)
  73. The Gift of Giving (Jan 2)
  74. Yucca Fries (Jan 3)
  75. MX Records: change at domain registrar or host? (Jan 4)
  76. I Don’t Want to go Home. Ever. (Jan 5)
  77. Permalink Settings “Post Name” (Jan 6)
  78. Jetpack Publicize (Jan 7)
  79. Why I Don’t Use Custom Post Types (Jan 8)
  80. Meetups: When is the last time you “friended” someone … offline? (Jan 9)
  81. Michelle Hamilton (Jan 10)
  82. How We Stayed in an $8,400 Villa in the South of France for Free (Jan 11)
  83. If you’re only going to do one thing to protect your WordPress site, try this one. (Jan 12)
  84. The Mexican Fisherman (Jan 13)
  85. I know how to get there, I’m just not sure where I’m going (Jan 13)
  86. Change Post Author (Jan 14)
  87. Is Your Message Clear? (Jan 15)
  88. I Lost. Now What? (Jan 15)
  89. I Won. Now What? (Jan 16)
  90. Pretend You’re Oprah (Jan 17)
  91. CoreAlign (Jan 18)
  92. Dorado Choco Leche Bacardi (Jan 19)
  93. MediaWorks (Jan 20)
  94. We Can Do This the Easy Way or the Hard Way (Jan 21)
  95. How to make souvenirs “work” (Jan 22)
  96. WordPress as Learning Management System: Sensei (Jan 23)
  97. Do What You Don’t Want To Do (Jan 24)
  98. Portrait Images into a Horizontal Slider with Photoshop (Jan 25)
  99. I Have Everything I Want. I Want Everything I Have. (Jan 26)
  100. 100 Posts in 100 Days (Jan 27)
  101. If You’re Going to Cheat, At Least Make It Worthwhile (Jan 28)
  102. Can You Repossible Your Kids? (Jan 29)
  103. Follow the Advice You Give Others (Jan 30)
  104. I Will Become What I Know I Am (Jan 31)
  105. The Stats Behind 100 Posts in 100 Days (Feb 1)
  106. Tangy Tangerine Twist (Feb 2)
  107. Flagstone Pantry (Feb 3)
  108. Delete Your Old Accounts (Feb 4)
  109. Show Up (Feb 5)
  110. When you feel good, all impossible becoming possible. Only believe. (Feb 6)
  111. I’m going to get fired. Why that’s a good thing. (Feb 7)
  112. Waiting for Change (Feb 8)
  113. Vein Specialists (Feb 9)
  114. Raja Yoga Meditation (Feb 10)
  115. On the House (Feb 11)
  116. Do You Have a Petri Dish for Ideas? (Feb 12)
  117. How to search a site that doesn’t have a search function (Feb 13)
  118. Virtual Assistant: Job Description (Feb 14)
  119. Missing Out (Feb 15)
  120. Education Doesn’t Necessarily Lead to Change (Feb 16)
  121. WordPress Pages versus Posts (Feb 17)
  122. Is President’s Day a Holiday for Entrepreneurs? (Feb 18)
  123. Schedule Small Sessions (Feb 19)
  124. Nice Goes a Long Way (Feb 20)
  125. Hey, I found a great theme! (Feb 21)
  126. CSS Gradient Generator (Feb 22)
  127. WordPress Menus (Feb 23)
  128. WordPress Widgets (Feb 24)
  129. Weight Loss or Nutrition? (Feb 25)
  130. Are you a virtuoso playing in the metro? (Feb 26)
  131. Virtual Assistant: Interview Questions (Feb 27)
  132. Custom Menu Shortcode (Feb 28)
  133. Favicon (Mar 1)
  134. Criminal Trial Lawyers Association of Northern California (Mar 2)
  135. Are We There Yet? (Mar 3)
  136. Wage Slave (Mar 4)
  137. What’s the Pain Point? (Mar 5)
  138. Live Long and Die Quickly (Mar 6)
  139. Virtual Assistant: The Interview (Mar 7)
  140. Write about your loved ones as if they were dead. (Mar 8)
  141. The World Didn’t End (Mar 9)
  142. Changelog (Mar 10)
  143. I Don’t Want to Go Anywhere (Mar 11)
  144. Are You Willing To Do the Work No One Wants To Do? (Mar 12)
  145. How do you create a shift towards abundance and pleasure in your daily life? (Mar 13)
  146. Urology Center (Mar 13)
  147. Klokhuis (Mar 14)
  148. Famous First Words (Mar 15)
  149. Anything Goes … in my Vitamix (Mar 16)
  150. WordPress Insert Photos (Mar 17)
  151. WordPress Tiled Galleries (Mar 18)
  152. WordPress Jetpack Carousel Gallery (Mar 19)
  153. The 7 Minute Rule of Social Media (Mar 20)
  154. Retirement is Overrated (Mar 21)
  155. 3-Day Juice Cleanse (Mar 22)
  156. Gelberg Variations (Mar 23)
  157. Bite-Size Exercise (Mar 24)
  158. Patience (Mar 25)
  159. WOO Themes Shortcodes: Dividers (Mar 26)
  160. The Next 20 Years (Mar 27)
  161. Duplicate Titles with Yoast WordPress SEO (Mar 28)
  162. 301 Redirect with htaccess (Mar 29)
  163. The Lounge Chair of Timeless Oblivion (Mar 30)
  164. Site Deployment Best Practices (Mar 31)
  165. Ik kan het niet helpen. (Apr 1)
  166. A is for Acknowledgment (Apr 1)
  167. HTML in Comments (Apr 2)
  168. B is for Beneficient (Apr 2)
  169. C is for Choice (Apr 3)
  170. D is for Duh! (Apr 4)
  171. E is for Efficient (Apr 5)
  172. F is for Fail (Apr 6)
  173. Champagne Mango Lassi (Apr 7)
  174. G is for Generosity (Apr 8)
  175. H is for Health (Apr 9)
  176. Conversion Rate Optimization 101 (Apr 10)
  177. I is for Indecision (Apr 10)
  178. J is for Jealousy (Apr 11)
  179. K is for Kin (Apr 12)
  180. L is for Likoma (Apr 13)
  181. The Hidden Cost of Cheap Hosting (Apr 14)
  182. M is for Momentum (Apr 15)
  183. N is for Naive (Apr 16)
  184. O is for Overwhelmed (Apr 17)
  185. P is for Proverb (Apr 18)
  186. Q is for Quick (Apr 19)
  187. R is for Respect (Apr 20)
  188. Keep Oakland Beautiful (Apr 21)
  189. Liebster (Apr 21)
  190. S is for Smile (Apr 22)
  191. T is for Trust (Apr 23)
  192. U is for Useful (Apr 24)
  193. V is for Virus (Apr 25)
  194. W is for Whisper (Apr 26)
  195. X is for Xanadu (Apr 27)
  196. Vein Clinic site in Canvas (Apr 28)
  197. I Never Get Upset for the Reason I Think (Apr 29)
  198. WordPress Redirection Plugin (Apr 29)
  199. Y is for Yellow (Apr 29)
  200. 200 Posts in 200 Days (Apr 30)

  201. Z is for Zebra (Apr 30)
  202. How I (Secretly) Get My Kids to Eat Greens (May 1)
  203. Muza Kids (May 2)
  204. A to Z Wrap Up (May 3)
  205. What’s Your Idea of Fun? (May 4)
  206. Sports Medicine Center (May 5)
  207. Attention: Important Notice. Domain Service Notice (May 6)
  208. Remove Drop Down Arrows in Navigation in WOO Canvas (May 7)
  209. WordPress Checklist (May 8)
  210. Full-Width Slider in WOO Canvas (May 9)
  211. Full-Width Header and Footer in WOO Canvas (May 10)
  212. Image into Sidebar (May 10)
  213. Add New Post as Author (May 11)
  214. De Groeten van Mike (May 12)
  215. Marketing Company Chooses WordPress to Replace Huge Legacy HTML Site (May 13)
  216. JSTS Transcription Services (May 14)
  217. Tired But Wired (May 14)
  218. WordPress for Mobile (May 15)
  219. Vein Center and a Beautiful Slider (May 16)
  220. I Just Read Every Word of a Website (May 17)
  221. Taste Buds are Most Active Mid to Late Morning (May 18)
  222. Don’t worry so much about what might happen as what might not happen. (May 19)
  223. Upload a PDF into WordPress (May 20)
  224. Remove the word “Archive” from Canvas archive header (May 20)
  225. Should I Buy WHOIS Guard or Private Domain Registration (May 21)
  226. WOO Subscribe & Connect (May 22)
  227. Add a New User in WordPress (May 23)
  228. The Power of Story (May 24)
  229. Don’t Get Out of Bed (May 25)
  230. Shelf-A-Holic (May 26)
  231. Happy Birthday WordPress (May 27)
  232. Let Your Child Be Proud of Their Language Skill (May 28)
  233. Why I Just Threw $120/Year out the Window (May 29)
  234. The New Normal (May 30)
  235. Lots of WOO Themes Canvas CSS Tweaks (May 31)
  236. No is an OK Answer (Jun 1)
  237. Do It For You (Jun 2)
  238. Dropbox as Lifestyle Tool (Jun 3)
  239. Can You Be a Professional Soccer Player and a Rockstar? (Jun 4)
  240. Duplicate Slider in Slider Pro (Jun 5)
  241. Jetpack Social Sharing (Jun 6)
  242. Surround Yourself with People Smarter than You (Jun 7)
  243. WOO Shortcodes: Columns (Jun 8)
  244. WOO Shortcodes: Tab Layout (Jun 9)
  245. WOO Shortcodes: Custom Lists (Jun 10)
  246. WOO Shortcodes: Info Boxes (Jun 11)
  247. I Love Airline Food (Jun 12)
  248. Phenomenal Mind (Jun 13)
  249. Primary Navigation (Jun 14)
  250. Zaterdag Ochtend naar de Kapper (Jun 15)
  251. Why a Website? (Jun 16)
  252. Why WordPress? (Jun 17)
  253. How to teach your kids geography. (Jun 18)
  254. I’m a strict vegetarian … except for meat. (Jun 19)
  255. Why WOO Themes? (Jun 20)
  256. Stilo Campo (Jun 21)
  257. Bring Your Old Smartphone to Europe (Jun 22)
  258. Mobile WiFi in Europe (Jun 23)
  259. Why WOO Canvas? (Jun 24)
  260. Inspired Independence (Jun 25)
  261. Why WOO Canvas Child Theme? (Jun 26)
  262. Want to Gain Confidence? Block Outside Influence. (Jun 27)
  263. WOO Tabs (Jun 28)
  264. Flattery Will Get You … Spam? (Jun 29)
  265. What’s Going to Happen Next? (Jun 30)
  266. WOO Shortcodes: Typography (Jul 1)
  267. WOO Shortcodes: Social Buttons (Jul 2)
  268. Lost Your Password? (Jul 3)
  269. If You Want to Reach an Audience, Define Who They Are (Jul 3)
  270. Jetpack (Jul 4)
  271. Primary Menu to Right Side in Header in WOO Canvas (Jul 5)
  272. WOO Canvas Template: Magazine (Jul 6)
  273. WOO Canvas Magazine Template Post Slider (Jul 7)
  274. Home Exchange is Like a Box of Chocolates (Jul 8)
  275. WOO Canvas Magazine Template Posts Grid (Jul 9)
  276. WOO Canvas Template: Blog (Jul 10)
  277. The Best Travel Charger (Jul 11)
  278. Forget Foreign Language Camp. Choose Camp in a Foreign Language. (Jul 12)
  279. WOO Canvas Template: Timeline (Jul 13)
  280. WOO Canvas Template: Archives (Jul 14)
  281. The Best Gift for the Person Who Has Everything (Jul 15)
  282. Going Gluten Free (Jul 16)
  283. Editing the WOO Canvas Header Widget (Jul 17)
  284. net2ftp (Jul 18)
  285. WOO Canvas Template: Sitemap (Jul 19)
  286. Are Financial Incentives all We Understand? (Jul 20)
  287. WOO Canvas Template: Contact Form (Jul 21)
  288. WOO Canvas Template: Image Gallery (Jul 22)
  289. Justified Image Grid (Jul 23)
  290. To Gain Freedom is to Gain Simplicity (Jul 24)
  291. Talk it Through With a Stranger (Jul 25)
  292. WOO Canvas Template: Feedback (Jul 26)
  293. WOO Wish List (Jul 27)
  294. WOO Canvas Feedback Widget (Jul 28)
  295. Categories and Tags (Jul 29)
  296. Faces of WordPress Project: “WordPress or Nothing” (Jul 30)
  297. WOO Canvas Template: Business (Jul 31)
  298. Images, text, and formatting into a slide of the Business template (Aug 1)
  299. Does Your Brand Have a Backstory? (Aug 2)
  300. 300 Posts in 300 Days (Aug 3)
  301. That’s what makes a life. (Aug 4)
  302. Different Sliders on Different Pages with the Business Slider Template (Aug 5)
  303. Ask the Salesman, but also Ask the Mechanic (Aug 6)
  304. WOO Canvas Backup Settings (Aug 7)
  305. WOO Canvas Header (Aug 8)
  306. Jetpack modules possibly slowing down your site? Deactivate them. (Aug 9)
  307. It’s Art When You Say It’s Art (Aug 10)
  308. Resizing a Single Image in WordPress (Aug 11)
  309. Slow Internet? Back up to the cloud. (Aug 12)
  310. Stuck on a Project? Step Away. (Aug 13)
  311. WOO Canvas Portfolio Item (Aug 14)
  312. WOO Canvas Layout Manager (Aug 15)
  313. WOO Canvas Portfolio (Aug 16)
  314. Embed Video in the WOO Canvas Portfolio (Aug 17)
  315. Change the Order of Images in the WOO Canvas Portfolio Item (Aug 18)
  316. WOO Canvas Show Thumbnail in Single Post (Aug 19)
  317. Add a Search Box in the Top Navigation of Canvas (Aug 20)
  318. Add a Search Box in the Primary Navigation of Canvas (Aug 21)
  319. Using the More Tag instead of Excerpts (Aug 22)
  320. Adding a Featured Image in WOO Commerce (Aug 22)
  321. Medical Clinic Using WordPress (Aug 23)
  322. Remove Meta Data from Posts and Archives in WOO Canvas (Aug 23)
  323. ProPhoto WordPress Theme (Aug 24)
  324. Raising Kids Bilingual is a 24/7/365 Task (Aug 25)
  325. WOO Canvas Footer (Aug 26)
  326. Change the background image in WOO Canvas (Aug 27)
  327. Clean Canvas, a WOO Canvas Child Theme (Aug 28)
  328. Let the Specialists do their Specialty (Aug 29)
  329. The Domino Effect (Aug 30)
  330. Looking for new toy ideas for the kids? (Aug 31)
  331. Jetpack Widget Visibility (Sep 1)
  332. WOO Sidebars (Sep 2)
  333. WOO Dojo Maintenance Mode (Sep 3)
  334. FancyBox for WordPress (Sep 4)
  335. Insert Google Analytics Tracking Code into WOO Canvas (Sep 5)
  336. How to Install WordPress (Sep 6)
  337. How to Install a WordPress Theme (Sep 7)
  338. How to Install a WordPress Plugin (Sep 8)
  339. WOO Canvas logo, title and description in the header. (Sep 9)
  340. Bulk Actions in WordPress (Sep 10)
  341. WOO Canvas Website in 24 Minutes (Sep 11)
  342. Please add some slider posts via Slides > Add New (Sep 12)
  343. David Henry Sterry (Sep 12)
  344. WOO Canvas Landing Page (Sep 13)
  345. How’d they do that? A tricked-out site demystified. (Sep 14)
  346. If Only … (Sep 15)
  347. Add Event in Google Calendar (Sep 16)
  348. Editing the functions.php file (Sep 16)
  349. How to Choose a WordPress Theme (Sep 17)
  350. Pages vs. Categories (Sep 18)
  351. WP Engine Review (Sep 19)
  352. Use the WordPress Post Editor as an HTML editor for widgets (Sep 20)
  353. Born Standing Up (Sep 21)
  354. Do you learn from what you read? Uh huh. Prove it. (Sep 22)
  355. I could get good at not having clients. (Sep 23)
  356. HostGator vs WP Engine (Sep 23)
  357. Jetpack’s Google+ Profile (Sep 24)
  358. Cropping, resizing, and optimizing images without Photoshop (Sep 24)
  359. WordPress Gallery (Sep 24)
  360. Poke the Box (Sep 25)
  361. WordPress Dashboard (Sep 26)
  362. Larry Habegger (Sep 27)
  363. Be the Captain of Your Ship (Sep 27)
  364. WordPress Updates (Sep 28)
  365. Jetpack Omnisearch (Sep 29)
  366. Macdonald Fernandez LLP (Sep 30)
  367. Jetpack Custom CSS (Oct 1)
  368. Namecheap Email Hosting (Oct 2)
  369. WOO Features (Oct 3)
  370. Canvas Kaapstad, a WOO Canvas Child Theme (Oct 4)
  371. Organize my uploads into month- and year-based folders (Oct 5)
  372. Let Me Live That Fantasy (Oct 6)
  373. How Do You Measure Success? (Oct 7)
  374. Google Fonts in WOO Canvas (Oct 8)
  375. Add more Google fonts to WOO Canvas (Oct 9)
  376. Codepress Admin Columns (Oct 10)
  377. Canvas Changelog 5.5.0: Full-Width Slider and Widgetized Header (Oct 11)
  378. Canvas Full-Width Slider (Oct 12)
  379. How Long Will Your Favorite Product Be Around? (Oct 13)
  380. WordPress Posts (Oct 14)
  381. WordPress Pages (Oct 15)
  382. Editing an Event in The All-in-One Event Calendar (Oct 16)
  383. Slow is King (Oct 17)
  384. Just Ask (Oct 18)
  385. Kiki Thorpe (Oct 19)
  386. WOO Sensei vs. Organize Series (Oct 20)
  387. WOO Canvas Shortcodes: Info Boxes, Buttons, & Columns to Design a Blocky Page (Oct 21)
  388. WordPress Hosting: Shared vs. Managed (Oct 22)
  389. WOO Canvas Header Height, Width, and Minor Editing (Oct 23)
  390. When $66 = $666 (Oct 24)
  391. Gradients Without Photoshop? (Oct 25)
  392. Eat Healthier, Lose Weight, and Save Money … with One Machine (Oct 26)
  393. Don’t Procrastinate! Just Don’t Even Do It! (Oct 27)
  394. Social Media Buttons into Main Navigation (Oct 28)
  395. WOO Shortcodes: Buttons (Oct 29)
  396. WOO Canvas Page and Post Layouts (Oct 30)
  397. WOO Sidebars vs. Jetpack Widget Visibility (Oct 31)
  398. A WOO Canvas Child Theme Doesn’t Involve Peas and Carrots (Nov 1)
  399. Getting Started with WPU (Nov 2)
  400. 400 Posts in 400 Days (Nov 3)
  401. A Taste of Heaven on a Monday Night (Nov 4)
  402. Project Management Tools Reviewed: Producteev vs. Asana vs. Trello vs. Evernote vs. WordPress (Nov 5)
  403. Jetpack Image Widget (Nov 6)
  404. Testimonials by WOO Themes (Nov 7)
  405. Can You Have Too Much Work? (Nov 8)
  406. The Secret Language of Color (Nov 9)
  407. Every morning, do this first. (Nov 10)
  408. Background Manager (Nov 11)
  409. Does GoDaddy have fast WordPress hosting? (Nov 12)
  410. Managing Images in Posts and Pages (Nov 13)
  411. A Single Image in WordPress (Nov 14)
  412. Restore Backup in WP Engine (Nov 15)
  413. Hide Navigation Items from Logged Out Users (Nov 16)
  414. Advanced Single Image Options (Nov 17)
  415. The Power of Showing Up (Nov 18)
  416. Manual Image Grid in WordPress (Nov 19)
  417. RightClix (Nov 20)
  418. Images and Text Living in Harmony (Nov 21)
  419. WordPress Galleries (Nov 22)
  420. Results: What You Wish For Versus What You Want (Nov 22)
  421. Galleries with Jetpack (Nov 23)
  422. How to Upgrade WOO Themes Canvas (Nov 24)
  423. Using the Business Slider to Manage Images on a Page (Nov 25)
  424. Using the Magazine Template to Manage Images on a Page (Nov 26)
  425. Left-Aligned Title and Description in WOO Themes Canvas Business Slider (Nov 27)
  426. He cannot read his tombstone when he’s dead. (Nov 28)
  427. Found a great non-Canvas theme! Or, well, ahem, maybe not. (Nov 29)
  428. Andrea Rentals (Nov 30)
  429. TaroWorks (Dec 1)
  430. Audiobook with the Lights Off (Dec 2)
  431. Sycamore Row (Dec 3)
  432. Using the “Transparent” Color (Dec 4)
  433. Image Gallery in Lightbox (Dec 5)
  434. Canvas 5.5.4 (Dec 6)
  435. Breadcrumbs (Dec 7)
  436. Post Date or Timestamp (Dec 8)
  437. Event Management (Dec 9)
  438. Simple Upcoming Events (Dec 10)
  439. Blocks of Color and Blocks of Images (Dec 11)
  440. Jetpack 2.7 (Dec 12)
  441. Too much comment spam? Captcha. (Dec 13)
  442. Columns vs. Sidebar (Dec 14)
  443. WYSIWYG Widgets (Dec 15)
  444. Background Manager as Custom Page Header Tool (Dec 16)
  445. W3 Total Cache (Dec 17)
  446. They Probably Know Things You Don’t (Dec 18)
  447. Do You Make it Easy for New Clients to do Business with You? (Dec 19)
  448. Canvas 5.5.5 (Dec 20)
  449. Stealing Time (Dec 21)
  450. WooThemes Helper (Dec 22)
  451. ThoughtCast (Dec 23)
  452. Identical (Dec 24)
  453. An iPad for Oma (Dec 25)
  454. Clean Lean Color Scheme (Dec 26)
  455. iPad for the Kids (Dec 27)
  456. Best New Body (Dec 28)
  457. UFOpener (Dec 29)
  458. Our Team (Dec 30)
  459. Private (Dec 31)
  460. Scale (Jan 1)
  461. Hadley’s Date Shakes (Jan 2)
  462. Deciding for Two (Jan 3)
  463. Playing Cards at Dinner (Jan 4)
  464. Annual Photo Album (Jan 5)
  465. Green River Financial (Jan 6)
  466. Don’t Blink (Jan 7)
  467. Change Image Order in WordPress Gallery (Jan 8)
  468. Domain Registration and Website Hosting (Jan 9)
  469. Install WordPress at GoDaddy (Jan 10)
  470. Dead Heat (Jan 11)
  471. Wayside School (Jan 12)
  472. V is for Vengeance (Jan 13)
  473. Manually Selecting Images for Justified Image Grid (Jan 14)
  474. Did you break your responsive theme? (Jan 15)
  475. Transform Agriculture (Jan 16)
  476. Managed WordPress Hosting at GoDaddy (Jan 17)
  477. Apple (Jan 18)
  478. Northern California Enamel Guild (Jan 19)
  479. 5 in a Bed (Jan 20)
  480. 1,000’s of WordPress Themes! (Jan 21)
  481. Mornings for Output, Evenings for Input (Jan 22)
  482. Even Money (Jan 23)
  483. I’ll go in if you go in. (Jan 24)
  484. Q is for Quarry (Jan 25)
  485. Like a cat’s eye at night. But it wasn’t night … and it wasn’t a cat. (Jan 26)
  486. Log Into WordPress (Jan 27)
  487. WOO Canvas Page Template Overview (Jan 28)
  488. W+ Design Studio (Jan 29)
  489. I need to sit in a cafe on a regular basis. (Jan 30)
  490. The Art of Mindful Living (Jan 31)
  491. Medical Clinic Uses WordPress (Feb 1)
  492. I don’t need to ski, I just need to be outdoors. (Feb 2)
  493. Congregation Kol Shofar (Feb 3)
  494. I Hope I’m Half the Person She is when I’m Old (Feb 4)
  495. Widgetize Pages Light (Feb 5)
  496. Into the The Heart of Parkness (Feb 6)
  497. Did you pay for that stock photo? (Feb 7)
  498. 8:25 and then 8:52 (Feb 8)
  499. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Feb 9)
  500. 500 Posts in 500 Days (Feb 10)
  501. Counting Christmas Trees (Feb 11)
  502. Jetpack 2.8 (Feb 12)
  503. Justified Image Grid with Individual Images and Custom Links (Feb 13)
  504. Living My Priorities (Feb 14)
  505. Do we stay or do we go? (Feb 15)
  506. Canvas Kaapstad Child Theme Demo (Feb 16)
  507. What Were They Thinking!? (Feb 17)
  508. Using WOO’s Buttons as Call to Actions (Feb 18)
  509. Delegation Proclamation (Feb 19)
  510. Multiple Business Sliders for Changing Page Headers (Feb 20)
  511. Deductibles and Out of Pocket Maximums (Feb 21)
  512. Just Give In (Feb 22)
  513. Book #2 Launch Date: 10 Years After Book #1 (Feb 23)
  514. Building a Widget Footer Area with Menus in WOO Canvas (Feb 24)
  515. San Francisco Sentinel (Feb 25)
  516. Walking Home in the Rain (Feb 26)
  517. Can You Really Not Teach an Old Dog New Tricks? (Feb 27)
  518. Canvas 5.6.0 (Feb 28)
  519. Mt. Davidson (Mar 1)
  520. Do we dare dig ourselves even deeper? (Mar 2)
  521. Parent and Ancestor Class Highlighting in WordPress Menus (Mar 3)
  522. Painless Conversion to WOO Themes Canvas (Mar 4)
  523. You’re a Great Dad (Mar 5)
  524. General Text Font Style (Mar 6)
  525. Ooh, what’s that shiny new thing? (Mar 7)
  526. So This is What It’s Like to Have Collaborators (Mar 8)
  527. Wanted: WordPress Project Manager (Mar 9)
  528. That shouldn’t take long, right? (Mar 10)
  529. Can’t Save Widgets (Mar 11)
  530. Boundless Impact Investing (Mar 12)
  531. Clean WOO Themes Canvas Child Theme (Mar 13)
  532. Meditation. Let’s file that under Strength training. (Mar 14)
  533. Who do you listen to? (Mar 15)
  534. Het was de beste dag van mijn leven. (Mar 16)
  535. Cooking with Grandma (Mar 17)
  536. The Beginner’s Mind (Mar 18)
  537. Hey, my (third-party) plugin no longer works with Canvas. (Mar 19)
  538. You must be a horrible judge of character because I’m a terrible conversationalist. (Mar 20)
  539. Lu Goes First: Aliens, Farting, and Pepper! (Mar 21)
  540. Li Goes Deep: A Maze, Spiders, and Pepper (Mar 22)
  541. The Goldfinch (Mar 23)
  542. Canvas 5.6.3 (Mar 24)
  543. Last In, First Out? (Mar 25)
  544. Can Canvas do Parallax? (Mar 26)
  545. Another Hidden Benefit of Walking to School (Mar 27)
  546. Can you create more time in your day? (Mar 28)
  547. Fright at the end of the tunnel. (Mar 29)
  548. Galaxy (Mar 30)
  549. Hi honey, I’m home! (Mar 31)
  550. Li & Lu and the Secret of Kite Hill (Apr 1)
  551. A is for Amazon (Apr 1)
  552. B is for Bio (Apr 2)
  553. C is for Character (Apr 3)
  554. D is for Drama (Apr 4)
  555. E is for Efficiency (Apr 5)
  556. 12 Angry Men (Apr 6)
  557. F is for Fun (Apr 7)
  558. G is for Gradual (Apr 8)
  559. H is for Hero (Apr 9)
  560. I is for Inspiration (Apr 10)
  561. J is for Judgment (Apr 11)
  562. K is for Kneading (Apr 12)
  563. CASA Stars (Apr 13)
  564. L is for Lull (Apr 14)
  565. M is for Marketing (Apr 15)
  566. N is for Natural (Apr 16)
  567. O is for Opportunity (Apr 17)
  568. P is for Publish (Apr 18)
  569. Q is for Quickly (Apr 19)
  570. It’ll be our secret. (Apr 20)
  571. R is for Resourceful (Apr 21)
  572. S is for Sales (Apr 22)
  573. T is for Timing (Apr 23)
  574. U is for Updates (Apr 24)
  575. V is for Very (Apr 25)
  576. W is for Website (Apr 26)
  577. All-Day, Silent, Mindfulness Meditation Retreat (Apr 27)
  578. X is for Xavier Chanceworthy (Apr 28)
  579. Y is for Yours (Apr 29)
  580. Z is for Zeal (Apr 30)
  581. New Project for May? Finish the Project for March. (May 1)
  582. 28 Seconds, 4 Eyes, 0 Words (May 2)
  583. Vein Care Clinic (May 3)
  584. Marketing Plan for The Secret of Kite Hill (May 4)
  585. What do you really want for your birthday? (May 5)
  586. GSC Cosmeceutical (May 6)
  587. BOOM California (May 7)
  588. Canvas 5.7.0 (May 8)
  589. WooCommerce Local Pickup Plus (May 9)
  590. Eckhart Tolle Audio Collection (May 10)
  591. Now I’m Going to Send Two a Week (May 11)
  592. Nanskin (May 12)
  593. Burma or Backyard? (May 13)
  594. Headshot Day (May 14)
  595. Digging Deep (May 15)
  596. Remove arrows from Business Slider (May 16)
  597. My Contact Form Isn’t Emailing Me (May 17)
  598. Walk Around the Block as if You’re 80 (May 18)
  599. Vitamin Salad (May 19)
  600. 600 Posts in 600 Days (May 20)
  601. Jetpack 3.0 (May 21)
  602. Text Shadow (May 22)
  603. Ooh, shiny new thing! (May 23)
  604. Hide Black Background from Canvas Slider when Viewing on Mobile (May 24)
  605. Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (May 25)
  606. Poetry Night (May 26)
  607. Xero, QuickBooks Online, FreshBooks … oh my. (May 27)
  608. Island Oasis in the City (May 28)
  609. Precita Park Cafe (May 29)
  610. Widget Importer & Exporter (May 30)
  611. Mental Escape Through Books (May 31)
  612. Can I move this element over there? (Jun 1)
  613. Middlepath Acupuncture (Jun 2)
  614. Staging, dev, migration, and How Not to Move a Site (Jun 3)
  615. Update WordPress, plugins, and themes to the latest versions. (Jun 4)
  616. My clients come back because they don’t have to. (Jun 5)
  617. We noticed some differences in features you use and QuickBooks Online (Jun 6)
  618. Kids Love a Project (Jun 7)
  619. It’s just a bad product. (Jun 8)
  620. Full Catastrophe Living (Jun 9)
  621. WordPress Pricing (Jun 10)
  622. Canvas Conversion (Jun 11)
  623. The line at the post office is too short. (Jun 12)
  624. Business Capital Switches to WOO Canvas (Jun 13)
  625. Best Practices for Showing Posts in a Category (Jun 14)
  626. One Hour (Jun 15)
  627. Category Parents, Children, and Descriptions (Jun 16)
  628. Forgot to use a child theme? Here’s how to add one in. (Jun 17)
  629. Are you a Freelancer or an Entrepreneur? (Jun 18)
  630. Akismet (Jun 19)
  631. How do you find information on a website? (Jun 20)
  632. Naar de Kroeg (Jun 21)
  633. Do you visit the past of those you love? (Jun 22)
  634. How to update a WordPress Plugin (Jun 23)
  635. Plugin Update (Jun 24)
  636. Site Review & Recommendations (Jun 25)
  637. Scott R. Kline Photography Blog (Jun 26)
  638. Show Recent Posts on Home Page (Jun 27)
  639. A Dutch Pissing Contest (Jun 28)
  640. Living Vicariously  … and Loving it Vividly (Jun 29)
  641. Why Do Friends Stay Friends? (Jun 30)
  642. Travel Breeds Travel (Jul 1)
  643. Scribblings of Book #2: The Leprechauns of Markree Castle (Jul 2)
  644. You Can’t Lose if You Don’t Play (Jul 3)
  645. Dada Moroccan Restaurant Dublin (Jul 4)
  646. Voetbal in de Tuin (Jul 5)
  647. Oorlogsgeheimen (Jul 6)
  648. Simple CSS Edits for Mobile View (Jul 7)
  649. Canvas 5.8.0 (Jul 8)
  650. WooThemes Framework 6.0.0 (Jul 9)
  651. Amazon Music (Jul 10)
  652. My Cup of Tea (Jul 11)
  653. Kids Travel Free and First Class is 5 Euros? What gives? (Jul 12)
  654. World Cup Holiday (Jul 13)
  655. If you run out of gas on the highway in Germany, you might get a ticket. (Jul 14)
  656. Big 5, Indy, or Self-Publish? (Jul 15)
  657. Should I back up WordPress before I update a plugin or theme? (Jul 16)
  658. Robin Sparks to WOO Themes Canvas (Jul 17)
  659. Canvas Child Theme: Uno (Jul 18)
  660. Toll or Toll Free? (Jul 19)
  661. This is focus. Squirrel! (Jul 20)
  662. WooThemes Framework 6.0.2 (Jul 21)
  663. World Cup 2022 Notes (Jul 22)
  664. My Guru is Me (Jul 23)
  665. Canvas Child Theme: Duo (Jul 24)
  666. Success is Doing (Jul 25)
  667. Jet lag: If you can’t beat it, enjoy it. (Jul 26)
  668. Wild Horses (Jul 27)
  669. Dropbox filling up your hard drive? Selective Sync to the rescue. (Jul 28)
  670. When you don’t have time to meditate, it’s time to meditate. (Jul 29)
  671. Defying Gravity (Jul 30)
  672. Canvas 5.8.2 (Jul 31)
  673. Best Tweezers for Splinter Removal (Aug 1)
  674. Why Do Friends Stay Friends? (Aug 2)
  675. What does an 8-year old see that we can’t? (Aug 3)
  676. Jetpack 3.1 The smiley image is gone by default. (Aug 4)
  677. Secrid (Aug 5)
  678. Honey, where are my glasses? (Aug 6)
  679. Arizona Storm: Who will your child become? (Aug 7)
  680. Remove Wine Bottle Foil in 5 Seconds (Aug 8)
  681. Kids’ Cafe (Aug 9)
  682. Go To Bed Hungry (Aug 10)
  683. Time for Yourself (Aug 11)
  684. Force Yourself to Delegate (Aug 12)
  685. Is there a market for WOO Themes Canvas Child Themes? (Aug 13)
  686. Where do you get your story? How about from the source? (Aug 14)
  687. Not Yet a Thought (Aug 15)
  688. Mountain Yoga (Aug 16)
  689. I wish I could paint. This is what I would paint. (Aug 17)
  690. A Chance of Rain is Still a Chance (Aug 18)
  691. Pee! A Little Book About Taking a Leak (Aug 19)
  692. Winners Gonna Win. Whiners Gonna Whine. (Aug 20)
  693. Late Night Barceloneta (Aug 21)
  694. Canvas Child Theme: Fashionable (Aug 22)
  695. A Dollop of Atmosphere (Aug 23)
  696. 50 Years of American Wilderness (Aug 24)
  697. Contact Form Not Sending Notifications? (Aug 25)
  698. Canvas Child Theme: Bon Appétit (Aug 26)
  699. A short sit on a bench becomes something else entirely. (Aug 27)
  700. 700 Posts in 700 Days (Aug 28)
  701. I Am, I Love, I Cry, I Worry, I Wonder, I Try, I Hope (Aug 29)
  702. Home Exchange: Become a Different Person … For a Weekend (Aug 30)
  703. Home Exchange: Looking to bond with strangers? (Aug 31)
  704. Home Exchange: Looking for new home design ideas? (Sep 1)
  705. 7 Home Improvement Ideas from your Home Exchange (Sep 2)
  706. Can you meditate in a crowded bus? (Sep 3)
  707. Rent Your Luxuries (Sep 4)
  708. Want to Really Understand Something? Write the Manual. (Sep 5)
  709. My last visit to Fry’s (Sep 6)
  710. Give Time You Don’t Have (Sep 7)
  711. What’s for lunch today? Love. (Sep 8)
  712. Does this collar make me look fat? (Sep 9)
  713. What if they didn’t sell bottled water at the football game? (Sep 10)
  714. Do you need an editor? Yes. (Sep 11)
  715. Is preparing for a workshop as good as going to the workshop? (Sep 12)
  716. Get out of your own way. (Sep 13)
  717. Sweaty Meditations, Clear Intentions, Elevated Emotions, and Brain Orgasms (Sep 14)
  718. Bad Marketing Advice? Insult your clients before they even step inside! (Sep 15)
  719. Oops, I watched the local news. (Sep 16)
  720. Borrelnootjes (Sep 17)
  721. Steal a Moment of Creativity (Sep 18)
  722. Just uploaded my first song to iTunes. THAT was easy. (Sep 19)
  723. You Should Work for That Company! (Sep 20)
  724. I’m Dry at Night (Sep 21)
  725. The New Physics of Healing (Sep 22)
  726. Choose a thumbnail image for YouTube video (Sep 23)
  727. Clean Gut (Sep 24)
  728. Drag the corner of an image to resize it. (Sep 25)
  729. Living the Truth (Sep 26)
  730. Gear Ties: How did I live without these? (Sep 27)
  731. Knetter (Sep 28)
  732. Motivation, Belief & Expectation (Sep 29)
  733. Moving from Carbonite to Dropbox (Sep 30)
  734. Step Away from the Computer (Oct 1)
  735. WOO Themes Canvas Category Grid Plugin (Oct 2)
  736. The End of an Era (Oct 3)
  737. Heal Yourself with Medical Hypnosis (Oct 4)
  738. Saffron Grill (Oct 5)
  739. I Am Eleven (Oct 6)
  740. Write as if no one is reading. (Oct 7)
  741. How much pride do you have in your business? It shows … either way. (Oct 8)
  742. Fizzle (Oct 9)
  743. Sounds of Silence (Oct 10)
  744. Cabaret (Oct 11)
  745. Family Vacation Cost Sharing Spreadsheet (Oct 12)
  746. The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (Oct 13)
  747. Different ways to healing for different people (Oct 14)
  748. Snippefy (Oct 15)
  749. Do the same thing for a long time and try really hard at it. (Oct 16)
  750. Trying to Not Try (Oct 17)
  751. 3-3, 36-34, 6-2 (Oct 18)
  752. Lighting is Everything (Oct 19)
  753. 10 Days Until The 10 Days (Oct 20)
  754. Transparent PNGs not so transparent in WOO Themes Canvas? (Oct 21)
  755. The one app that organizes your entire life. (Oct 22)
  756. Is your PHP conflicting with your SMTP to break your SES? (Oct 23)
  757. Momentum Google Extension (Oct 24)
  758. Normal Heights (Oct 25)
  759. Choose an avocation that will last at least as long as you do. (Oct 26)
  760. Pulling the Mind out the Body (Oct 27)
  761. Ticker Tape of Thoughts (Oct 28)
  762. The 7 Chakras (Oct 29)
  763. Muladhara – The First Chakra (Oct 30)
  764. Svadhishthana – The Second Chakra (Oct 31)
  765. Manipura – The Third Chakra (Nov 1)
  766. Anahata – The Fourth Chakra (Nov 2)
  767. Vishuddha – The Fifth Chakra (Nov 3)
  768. Ajna – The Sixth Chakra (Nov 4)
  769. Sahasrara – The Seventh Chakra (Nov 5)
  770. The Brain States (Nov 6)
  771. Beta (Nov 7)
  772. Alpha (Nov 8)
  773. Theta (Nov 9)
  774. Delta (Nov 10)
  775. Say what you mean and mean what you say. (Nov 11)
  776. Managing your account is getting easier (Nov 12)
  777. How far do you have to search for beauty? (Nov 13)
  778. Crunchy Spaghetti (Nov 14)
  779. If You Can’t Find Something to Write About, Write About Something (Nov 15)
  780. 5 hours, 2 socks, a pillowcase and an 8-year old (Nov 16)
  781. Stop waiting for life to start. (Nov 17)
  782. How much research do you do when you write? (Nov 18)
  783. InMotion Hosting (Nov 19)
  784. The Secret of Kite Hill audiobook is in production! (Nov 20)
  785. Chapter 9 of “The Secret of Kite Hill” recorded for audiobook release (Nov 21)
  786. Don’t be on time. Be early. (Nov 22)
  787. My router is dying a slow and painful death. I need to put it out of its misery. (Nov 23)

Cameron Highlands, Malaysia were a respite from the wet heat of the lowlands in Malaysia. It was cool, surrounded by tea plantations and an ideal place to write.

 

23 Responses to Write Every Day

  1. John Muldoon - Monthly Experiments November 1, 2012 at 2:04 pm #

    Bradley, you know I love this post, but I’m gonna say it anyway. I freaking love this post!

    You’re one of the best writers I know, and I’m so excited to see where this experiment takes you. Thanks for the shout-out, too!

    • Tim F. November 16, 2012 at 9:24 am #

      Hey there Bradley & John! I’ve been developing the writing habit this month too!

      I’m glad to have discovered the two of you today.

      • Bradley November 16, 2012 at 10:08 am #

        Awesome, Tim! It’s only the 16th and it’s already been such a game changer for me. Completely changing the way I start my days. Where/what are you writing?

        • Tim F. November 16, 2012 at 10:09 am #

          Just click my name!

          • Bradley November 18, 2012 at 8:31 pm #

            Whoa, you own a Daily Deal Aggregator? Can’t wait to learn more about that! I love that we’re in the same “big space” (online, marketing, trying to make some dosh) but the services and products can be just that much different. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Bradley December 4, 2012 at 1:51 pm #

    John just reminded me that this Write Every Day goal of mine has been around a while.

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