My 10 Best Tips for Sticking With a Writing Project for 10 Straight Years


Check out this great post from the Novelty Revisions blog with the 10 Best Tips for Sticking With a Writing Project for 10 Straight Years

Novelty Revisions

I’m still celebrating my 10-year blogging anniversary because honestly, I’m super proud to have stuck with something this long. So I’ve decided to pull together a list of what I hope are the best pieces of writing advice I’ve given over the past decade. I hope these nuggets can serve as reminders and much-needed encouragement for you today.

1. Stop worrying about whether or not your ideas are dumb.

There are great ideas and terrible ideas. But you can’t distinguish which idea falls under which category until you give it a chance and see what happens. “This is probably a dumb idea” is a phrase you should only use to describe your own writing when you’ve already started writing or working on a thing. If it does turn out to be a dumb idea and it fizzles out, fine. But you never know: It might actually be the best idea…

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