Day One, watercolor by Mary Gow

Day One, watercolor by Mary Gow

In the morning yesterday I read Seth Godin’s blog entry about accumulating 1,000 posts on your blog and how by around then things start to change and people start gaining momentum because they’ve put in the daily work of writing on their blogs.

For years, I’ve been explaining to people that daily blogging is an extraordinarily useful habit. Even if no one reads your blog, the act of writing it is clarifying, motivating and (eventually) fun.

A collection of daily bloggers I follow have passed 1,000 posts (it only takes three years or so . . .). Fortunately, there are thousands of generous folks who have been posting their non-commercial blogs regularly, and it’s a habit that produces magic. – Seth Godin

You can read the whole post at: https://seths.blog/2018/10/the-first-1000-are-the-most-difficult/

I’ve got a ways to go so join me as I continue on my journey. Only sporatically have I tried blogging every day. More realistic for me is sporatically. That most likely needs to change for me to gain the momentum Seth speaks of.

What motivates you to put your work out there?