The title of this post is stolen from inoveryourhead.net.
Read the blogpost here :
It makes sense.
To be honest, I've been trying to write everyday and publish every day, and that's also probably why some of the things I write are a little inane, because I sometimes am not really in the mood to write, but am publishing it for the sake of publishing it anyway.
In case you're wondering, I've decided to write every day because it's been a goal of mine since I was a child to write a book. This goal, however, has always been shunted onto the shelf for various reasons - too busy, no time, no inspiration, etc, etc.
While I still haven't gotten myself down to actually drafting a book on what I want to write, I decided that it would be good to get into the groove of writing by, well, actually writing a little bit every day.
I like what he says though, about writing every day but working on one post at a time.
I'm going to start doing that.
Anyway, it has been an insanely busy time lately, but I will only talk about it after this whole halestorm is over - it's difficult to process things objectively at this state, and I've been feeling a little bit too unfocused and overwhelmed.
But yes, one post at a time.
Or did I understand him wrong? Did he mean to continue writing a post a day, but at the same time working on a super duper post?
I don't know.