I Wrote 30 Essays in 30 Days. Here’s what I’ve learned:
Setting my sacred writing hour to coincide with my peak productivity time did not work, because there were things I had to take care of that were frankly more important than my essay. And that’s okay. Prioritize.Having a list of full of writing prompts did not work for me, because none of them inspire me… Read More »I Wrote 30 Essays in 30 Days. Here’s what I’ve learned:
  1. Setting my sacred writing hour to coincide with my peak productivity time did not work, because there were things I had to take care of that were frankly more important than my essay. And that’s okay. Prioritize.
  2. Having a list of full of writing prompts did not work for me, because none of them inspire me enough when I check then right before writing. Brain dumps worked though!
  3. Brain dumps worked for me when I do them during shipping day. It wasn’t really to get my writing started, but more to clear my head off orthodox thinking. Brain empty = forced to come up with creative ideas. Empty yourself out.
  4. Consistency is hard, but not as hard when you know you only have a bite-sized goal to attain. Telling myself “it’s only 250 words” worked like a charm, and often I would have too many things to say.
  5. Community is awesome. Community is liking and engaging in each other’s essays, and pulling each other up. Even if the only people who read my essays were my cohort-mates, I’d say it was worth the effort. You guys are awesome.
  6. I’m simply blown away by my analytics, and it’s not even my goal. Who would’ve though?! This definitely proves the value of consistency and showing up everyday.
  7. In an essay I asked what they thought about Quantity vs Quality, some people say Quantity > Quality and v.v., but what I found was Quantity -> Quality. Quantity transforms into Quality, through many, many, many iterations. At least for a beginner like me.
  8. Get your ROI. Paying for something = commitment. Especially if it’s not as affordable to you. 100+ dollars isn’t cheap to me, and I had to make sure I had my ROI.
  9. I’m surprised by how much I have to share. I realize that even I have something valuable to share to my Twitter network.
  10. It’s just the beginning – I’m going to keep writing and see where this takes me!

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5 Use Cases for Notion’s Synced Block You Haven’t Thought Of Yet
First of all, what is a synced block anyway? Simply put, it’s a block that looks exactly the same across all pages/workspaces no matter where you edit it. A better way to explain would be to visualize normal blocks vs. synced blocks. Normal blocks can be copy and pasted, creating duplicate copies that you can… Read More »I Wrote 30 Essays in 30 Days. Here’s what I’ve learned:
Really Simple Chores Template in Notion
I don’t know about you, but all I want is a simple chores database in Notion that’s perfect for keeping track of recurring chores. So I made my own. All you need to do is:1. Set-up the chores in Table view2. Update when you last did the chore in the Last done columnAnd the template… Read More »I Wrote 30 Essays in 30 Days. Here’s what I’ve learned:
I Wrote 30 Essays in 30 Days. Here’s what I’ve learned:
Setting my sacred writing hour to coincide with my peak productivity time did not work, because there were things I had to take care of that were frankly more important than my essay. And that’s okay. Prioritize.Having a list of full of writing prompts did not work for me, because none of them inspire me… Read More »I Wrote 30 Essays in 30 Days. Here’s what I’ve learned:

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