2 weeks of daily writing
I’ve been writing every day for about 2 weeks now. There are different approaches that I am currently both pursuing:
- I keep a diary in which I reflect on the previous day and briefly describe what goes through my head
- I write posts for my blog.
I’m noticing a few changes now. Writing helps me to create clarity. My thoughts are less chaotic and that is really very pleasant. The interesting thing is that the simple act of writing is enough. That’s probably really the trick. Because you put your thoughts into words, you have to deal with them more intensely and let yourself be drifted less and question more for yourself.
What I’m not quite sure about yet is the blog. The reason why I write here every day is because I want to get into the habit of producing content instead of consuming it. The first cornerstone for this has already been laid, after all, I’ve been opening at least something small every day for 14 days in a row.
In the next step, I would like to go to the blog with even more planning, i.e. I would like to define 1-2 major topics that concern me in my weekly planning and then write about them in more detail.
In terms of content, it should be about things that I’m currently thinking about and, above all, about my own position on the topic. So not just a neutral discussion of topics, but take a position.