I like the sound of rain.
I'm not sure why. Maybe its evolutionary, homo sapiens did live and evolve in the wilderness for >95% of their existence.
It was pouring heavily here in Hyderabad while I sat in my balcony and meditated. I found it quite serene.
And then I picked up the coffee mug and got writing this newsletter.
You see, I've developed a routine, a consistent writing schedule where I publish something every weekend and then send out this newsletter on Sundays.
Among many other factors, the newsletter helps me stay consistent. I feel accountable to the people who subscribed and gave me 10 minutes of their Sunday morning. And I'm grateful for that.
So grab your coffee, this week's post is about why I write, why you should too, and how you can create a consistent schedule for creation.
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I have a question for you. Have you been on the fence about writing or creating?
If you're already creating, share your work with me! I'd love to see.
If you're not, what's it going to take to get over it and get started?
Let me know in the replies.