The Dangerous Consequence of Writing Routines

Meg Dowell

Except the weeks I am organized enough to plan ahead, every single day, I sit down at my computer with a cup of coffee. And I write a blog post.

This has become a habit. The reason I am able to post so consistently is that it has become so embedded into my routine that I feel slightly off-center when I take the occasional day off.

Many would love to form a routine like this, where writing becomes habitual enough that most of the time it is neither a struggle nor a joyful distraction.

It’s not always a good thing though, to be able to sit down and write without questioning the motive.

Because you sit down, and you write. But you do not ask yourself why you are doing it.

Your purpose for writing the things you write risks becoming lost in the mundane.

Sometimes this means writing loses…

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About christianboustead

I am a 34 old male who has been blind form the age of 11 years however, I don't let that get in the way of life.
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