The first piece of work I do every morning when I sit down at my desk is to write a blog post that is published on this blog. Some days it is easy, and the topic comes easily for I will have seen or thought of something from my daily life. It may be to… Continue reading The first piece of work I do
I made a commitment back in January or February to show up here every day and write something. I would write something no matter how short. But I would show up and write. And I have kept to that commitment. A brief perusal of what I have written will show you the good, bad, ugly,… Continue reading Getting greater benefit from writing every day
I organise my working day in a regimented, structured fashion. It suits me and my personality. It also suits my profession. In the legal profession being able to manage yourself, your time, your files, calendar is an essential prerequisite. I use the Pomodoro technique to help me with my time allocation. This essentially means that… Continue reading Reordering and prioritising my Pomodoro work sessions
I have written a new blog post every day since I made that commitment on 31st January 2022. I promised myself that I would blog every day for 12 months. I used to always worry about what I would write about. But since I have made that commitment I just write something every day. Seth… Continue reading I never know what I am going to write
Why should you write often? Perhaps as much as every day? Let’s take a look at the reasons why I write frequently-although I feel a sense of guilt about not writing even more often-and why I believe I should be writing every day. Perhaps thinking this through for myself will give you some food for… Continue reading Why Should You Write Often?
The predictable advice to anyone seeking to improve their writing is to read and write with regularity. Reading is easy to do but writing every day, which is the recommendation to hone your craft, is much more difficult. There are two problems with this approach, I believe: having subject matter to write about each day… Continue reading Does writing every day help you improve your writing?