Ah, here it is, Day 30 of my writing and publishing project. The final day.
So first just let me say: Ha, I did it! I did it, I did it, I did it! I published a new blog post every day for 30 straight days. Good for me.
There were a few reasons I wanted to commit to this project, a few questions I wanted the answer to.
One of those questions was, what would happen if I devoted myself to my chosen craft publicly for 30 consecutive days? How would it make me feel? How would it advance my business goals? Or would it advance them at all? And if it didn’t, would it matter?
Mostly I wanted to find out if there was some magic in pursuing one’s muse/chosen creative work/passion for 30 straight days to see where it would lead. When I started I believed something magical might happen, I believed that 30 days of writing devotion might change some things for me in BIG way, though I didn’t know exactly what that would look like by the end of the project.
I have some insights to share about all this, and share them I will, very soon.
But as I mentioned yesterday, I’m visiting my family for a few days, family I haven’t spent time with since last Christmas, and I’m leaving to drive back to the coast tomorrow. So today I’ll simply post this short update, and do a “what I learned from publishing a new blog post every day for 30 days” post in the next few days.