The benefits of writing every day

Creative Writing with the Crimson League

1281977_flip_calendar_1A few days ago, I wrote a post called “Why writing every day is like buying a lottery ticket.” I really enjoyed putting that one together, and now it has me thinking about the many real benefits of writing every day. That’s a mandate I’ve seen in many a writer’s handbook, from Stephen King to Anne Lamott. I do write every day, if only for twenty minutes or half an hour (with the exception of maybe three or four days a year). I push myself to do that because I’ve seen it, in my case, get results.

That said, I definitely understand that not everyone’s life can accommodate a set and scheduled writing session each day. And if that’s the case for you, or you simply find success working with a different kind of procedure, then that’s totally okay and nothing to feel bad about. It’s not as…

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