I publish a mini-essay like the one you're currently reading every Tuesday. Inevitably, some of my pieces will be better than others.1
"The practice is agnostic about the outcome." Says Seth Godin.
I write daily regardless of what I publish. The more words I type, the easier it is to dig and find things worth sharing with you at a later time.2
I don't always write for publication. I write to figure out what I'm thinking and capture memories. Discover and remember. I write for the sake of writing, to practice.
This gives me the license to write badly. No pressure. I can distance myself from my writing, return to it from a reader's perspective, then curate and polish what will see the light.
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