Writing in 2021

6 thoughts on “Writing in 2021”

  1. Much of this is very relatable. I’ve always struggled with the “I have nothing useful or interesting to say” feeling in particular (though it sure doesn’t keep me from churning out words). FWIW, I think you’re an engaging and strong writer.

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  2. Gosh do I love this post. So full of vulnerability and openness and self-compassion. It’s beautiful.

    Also, holy hell are you a prolific writer. Your imposter syndrome is definitely showing (and I know you know that) because if I had anywhere close to the stats that you had – I don’t know what I’d do. I’d certainly feel better about myself as a writer, that’s for sure.

    I hope you know that even if you’re not writing what you really want to write right now, there are some of us who do consider your writing great, who squirrel away your blog posts like squirrels hiding nuts for the winter so that they can have something delightful to read when they get some private downtime.

    But I can’t blame you for having higher aspirations. Everybody needs goals and I’m glad you’re taking action to stretch further.

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  3. Hey! First of all, I didn’t know that about annual stats so thank you very much!! Very insightful! ❤
    Second, you do write a lot so give yourself a pat on the back! I always tell myself, not everything has to be great, it’s enough that it’s there. There are so many people who can’t even write a postcard! (And don’t want to) 😀

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