We all have our own schedules. Maybe writing is something we want to do all day and every day. The truth is, writing is time-consuming. We have to balance our average life and doing what we love. So why does documenting your writing activities seem important? Does it really help you become a better writer?

It allows for writers to see their progress. When I started Daily Writing, I was nervous because I know for a fact that there will be days that I wouldn't be able to write. Due to that, I would rather tell what ideas I have to finish a chapter or for my  next chapter. 

Us as writers, we go through writer's block all the time. Document what's going on through your head. The possibilities can be as little or as big as you want. If you share your daily writing on blogs or any other social media format... Someone can see it and lend you some advice. But if you're doing it on your own, just take a look back and see where you started.

I'm currently documenting 37 days of Daily writing. All it does is encourage me to continue writing. People and yourself want to know that we as writers can keep going.

So what are you waiting for? Start now and document!

Hold on tight because we're writing something great!

Published by Shannell Assem