5 Reasons Why Everyday Writing is Important for Me

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Thursday, April 5th, 2018

I have been long wanting to write every single day. It does not have to be a long writing one. I just need to type to cool down myself. So, once I asked Samuel to add me a blog on our FridaSkincare website. He did it. But I failed to post my writings. Time issue. I breastfed Axelle inclusively for up to 2-year. So, it gave me no time to even pee properly. If you are a Mom, you know what I mean!

Now that Axelle is sent to school, I start having me-time back on the plate. I challenge myself to write every day for the first 100 posts. I have spent the whole March to draft this FamilyBeauty blog before I launch it for real. I try to type every single day and ignoring what to type about at first.

And for me, this exercise is giving me 5 crucial insights and benefits for writing on a daily basis.

As a Business Owner. This FamilyBeauty blog is a platform for me to directly connect and engage to our dear ‘healthy skin’ community of FridaSkincare. That is why I can throw in some awesome freebie while posting on Fridays. *you have been warned to watch out Fridays with us!* 🙂

As a Person. This daily writing exercise is an experiment for myself to improve my analytical skills and critical thinking to serve my OCD-like mind. So, I take this challenge in order to become a better content creator.

As a Parent. It will give a set of expected behaviours for Axelle that daily writing is a norm at home and very doable. As a parent, I want her to adopt this regular writing habit as part of her exploration.

As a Married Couple. Having time to write our story in a blog post style, it would just like painting our family portrait in words that each of our family members stocks up every day through our FamilyBeauty stories.

As a Female Lady. I simply want to spark some inspiration for living the dream in the real world. If I could inspire even just ONE female folk out there through our FamilyBeauty portfolio, I would be greatly honoured!

I believe that daily writing will give an impact on at least one life. At least the writer’s life, in my case. And I think it is already good enough to start with daily writing, don’t you think so?

I am looking forward to seeing where this writing commitment shapes and leads me to a better human being.

For a short-term goal, I aim to finish writing an article within 10-15 minutes. I would love to know from you who have been writing every single day. Because I am still on 1-hour production per post, any tips you would love to share with me especially on quick writings would be greatly appreciated. 

Image Credits: Neven Krcmarek

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