Back to Editing

Hello and goodbye to 2018. I hope your new year brings you the joy you seek. Below is something I wrote for Origins, it’s all very matriarchal.

“The humans walk a fine line with their past, and many still willingly enact their brutality upon the vessels of goddesses. They cry for their God to save them, but their acts precede their call and go unheeded.”

Keep writing, even when it already hurts


Lastly, the most important tip there is. I know Leo would agree with me here that the more we’ve both written, the more we’ve improved. We’ve also come to understand more about the process of writing and sharing content over time.

When we recently launched Buffer for Business, I remember discussing how the launch post might look like. And at moments like this, even when you’re almost out of ideas, to simply keep writing and see what comes is often one of the best ways to come up with a great story, at least, that’s how it turned out here.

As Jeff Goins says, the secret to prolific writing is practice:

Don’t write a lot. Just write often.

If you want to get better at anything, you have to practice. You have to be disciplined enough to show up when you don’t want to, and to keep at it when you’ve had enough.

I think this image says it all:

10 Steps to Becoming a Better Writer

(Another great infographic from Copyblogger)