I’ve started the 30 days of blogging challenge today. There are the reasons why you should consider doing it too. I tried a few 30 days challenges – coding, meditation, getting up early – but this one is special.
I’m not a professional writer. Well, I write but in a language understood by machines and other developers. Writing articles and blog posts require a special skillset. Creating a good story, engaging readers and ending with a good punchline are crucial and absolutely essential strengths that could describe a good author. Learning all of these in theory could be hard, so the one and only way to master them is practice.
It’s only 30 days. What was the last thing you have done for yourself in the last 30 days? Have you learnt something new? Mastered a new ability? If you did, you should probably know that 30 days it’s not eternity nor the end of the world.
Time goes really fast and a month can be like a blink of an eye. But it’s enough to try new thing and decide if you like it or not. Very likely the skill you’re practicing has become a new habit after this time and you’ll actually feel the difference when you stop. Study says to form a new habit you need 18 to 66 days. That means, you can learn around 12 new skills in a year. Or at least try and choose what’s the best for you.
What’s about you? Have you tried blogging daily or planning to? In the first paragraph I said this challenge is special. It is special because I need you and your support.
Your support really matters to me because instead of spending time in front of the TV, playing on the game console or watching Netflix, I decided to sit down here and spend my time everyday to write these stories. That’s why your feedback is so important to me.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the read. New one is coming tomorrow! 🙂