Writing Everyday

I was searching for some inspiration for my next blog post. Thanks to Google, I came across this 100-day writing challenge. It does sound interesting to pursue this challenge.

The author recommends taking 10 - 20 minutes to empty your mind on paper. I do like longhand writing. However, at this point in time, I shall stick with my Obsidian workflow.

Unknowingly I was sort of doing my morning pages for about 10 - 15 minutes for about two weeks now. I have listed some topics I have written in my half-awake state:

  • Why Micro.blog does not have an option to schedule posts? If it was available, I could make Micro.blog my home for long-form posts.
  • Write.as or Blot? Apparently, this topic occupied my mind for 4 days straight. I’m still undecided!
  • Write, schedule and post one blog post a day.
  • Get more sleep.
  • Enjoying workout and treadmill / outdoor walks.
  • Revisiting the principles and best practices for GTD implementation.
  • Time management and overwhelm.
  • Building a reading list for 2022.
  • Build simple morning and evening rituals.
  • Relationship issues (no wonder)!

I enjoyed reading my previous entries. It helped me to pause and reflect. I wish to continue this practice as I strongly believe in the power of journaling & regular reflection.

November 4, 2021