Having long-running writing drafts is good.
You can tweak them, little by little, every now and then.
I have a queue—a series of writing drafts and ideas—that I revisit every now and then in search of writing inspiration. These are the essays I need to get out the door first. But ideas often stagnate and it’s easier to start new ones from scratch.
Pair them with a sketch, translate, and on to the next one.
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