Here is how I did in one morning. And following days for editing.
Ok, using too many supporting links, supporting evidence, names, quotes, titles, on one line after another line from the beginning till the end? Nop. Nop. Nop. Unrealistic.
If I read my own writing like that, see those sentences and paragraphs, I would wonder what’s going on!? It would be hard to read, right? Only thinking about getting hit on the Net and ditching the readability is a sad reality. …
I’ve published 9 articles so far at this moment in April. I’ve been writing. It’s been the most productive month. But not getting my writing out enough.
I started looking at many other publications and other writers. Based on the idea of David Majister, submitting 30 different articles to 30 different publications in 30 days, some authors Catherine Mancini, Allison, Jennifer Dunne, and others have done or been doing their challenges with their own mindsets and goals!!
Somehow I feel I’m in the mood to write. And hope it lasts well for the rest of this month. So I’m up…
Yesterday I wrote a piece based on a great idea written by Mehmet Yildiz. Even though it was published I had doubts.
After having written My 5 Routine Topics: Humor, Writing, 3D and AI, Health, and Life Experience, what I wondered was did I list too many?
But, I’ve been encouraged by reading the following three articles. In such a short amount of time. I found encouragement and answers.
Your answers may be also found right away, right in front of you, on the screen.
We don’t have to wait for 10 years to find out our answers anymore.
I once thought writing many wouldn’t be worth trying.
Even a week is worth trying. Some writers try to write and publish one article per day, others take a slightly different approach.
Writing rules and goals can be different, but writing short articles, less than 6 minutes reads, are advantageous.
These are the five reasons why to try for one or two weeks.
From my experience, writing 26 articles and publishing 16 articles in two weeks made me see my writing pieces and realize my preferred writing styles and area of interest to write about.
We can be so consumed by our daily routines. Watching TV, preparing meals, house chores, reading news, reading emails, and more reading on the Internet. In addition to all of that, we can be so busy preparing for social meetings, attending, and checking those events. The use of social media isn’t an exception.
Having a part-/full-time work, a family member you need to take care of… the list can go on and on. These paid and unpaid work can take up our time to think and write.
Yes, that’s why we need to make time to face ourselves, try, think…
Today’s walking exercise was so enjoyable because of three adorable moments that made the whole “being outside doing walking exercise” much much more fun. And I guess it also helped my later hours to be more productive.
Even though I do exercise outside almost every day, I don’t usually get to experience “3 special treats” within an hour. I call treats just because those are fun, happy, uplifting, or joyful moments.
As a few may know, my walking exercise isn’t long, and I don’t do walking like the Olympians do to compete for medals. …
It was time for dinner.
Before entering an Asian restaurant, we were checking on the menu at the entrance. First of all, because it newly appeared in the area, we checked inside from the street. The inside of the restaurant was bright and clean.
The first checkpoint passed.
Next, we were looking at the menu. I was told it serves Singaporean dishes. I continued checking the menu. Everything looked so good. So many photos just made people stop by and look, I guessed.
By the time we were almost finished looking through the photos, their menu, a man walked by…
Oh my, you may just think.
My next writing challenge of this month is just that simple.
Write write write.
In that article he said if anyone wants to succeed as a writer on any platform:
1. Write a lot.
2. Write a lot.
3. Write a lot.
It’s simple. Write a lot. Write like 2 articles per day. Absolutely kill it with the productivity.
So, my rule and goal are:
Write, write, write — aim to earn $10,000 in a month (just let it…
I didn’t know what it is like to have my own texts highlighted until started writing on Medium. Because I’ve never been on the side where I see many highlights in my own writings.
I don’t know if any hardcover book authors, authors of magazines, and other types of writers have as many chances as Medium writers do. These days written works are digitalized, so they may get notified somehow.
I think it is a great function.
But, after I started reading more and more, I was unsure about highlighting someone’s writings sometimes. Because sometimes it’s simply the whole piece…