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30 days of writing

I recently decided I need to start writing daily to build a habit and improve my communication skills. Truth be told, I effortlessly find excuses to keep from writing. You’re a developer, a designer, at best a passable copy editor. Just because all this is true shouldn’t prevent me from expending a little effort.

I won’t be posting daily, much of this challenge is intended to break my decades old habit of creating excuses not to write. I’ll likely spend much of it in a pocket notebook with pen in hand. At the end of this month I’ll recap the experience, particularly what methods I found to be the least restrictive.

I will try following

  • Posting to my website using the WordPress app, dashboard and WP-CLI
  • My trusty bullet journal
  • A Field Notes pocket notebook

By Joseph Dickson

Joseph Dickson is a web developer in higher education and an avid proponent of using WordPress’ core features to create flexible and manageable design solutions.

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