I know that I have a lot of work to do to get this blog up and running the way I would like. The thing is, I know it’s not going to grow overnight and I know it’s not going to happen if I don’t put the time in, so I wanted to jump back in with kind of a fun project that I think will help me form some really good writing habits. Starting tomorrow, I’m going to be embarking on my 30 Lists in 30 Days challenge.
The lists will be about any and everything and some will be personal in nature, while others might have more of a business or artsy slant. The point is, I’m going to be publishing something every day for the next 30 days and I’m really excited about it.
Why not? Lists are awesome and they serve my personal (and human) need to categorize and make sense out of this chaotic world. Plus, I just really like making lists, so it’s an easy and fun way for me to get in the habit of publishing something every day.
Why 30 Days?
They say it takes 28 days for an action to become habitual, so it would reason that if I can write and publish consistently for 30 days in a row, it should become an ongoing habit, which would be great. One of the issues I think I have is that I tend to worry so much that the quality is not up to par that I stop myself short of posting something or I hold myself back from actually launching an online shop. Committing to a 30-day goal should help me overcome some of those hurdles.
So wish me luck as I embark on my latest challenge – this is one I’m looking forward to!