How Challenging, And Exciting, Is It To Write 5 Daily, Different Blogs Before You Leave The House Each Morning? (Carpe Diem)

Live, before you die. These blogs are only for people who wish to die with peace, contentment and a smile on their face.

It seems criminal to get to the end of our lives and awaken to the fact that we never truly lived. Writing 5 daily, different blogs is as easy as it is hard. As joyful as it is scary. As fulfilling as it is unknown. Ready for summer? Ready for the unexpected?

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Feels Great To Be Back In The Saddle Again, Writing Five Daily, Differently-Themed Blogs (Action)

Back in the saddle?

Today begins the 28th consecutive month of writing 5 daily, differently themed blogs before heading out the door each morning, no matter where in the world I am.

Twice before tried loading 150 posts before the month started, failing each time. Third time’s a charm. June’s posts were prewritten, which allowed Mid Life Celebration’s first book to finish. The habit of daily writing each morning is unstoppable.

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If Tomorrow Never Comes

What are your big plans for April? Remember, impossible or big doesn’t mean something no one else has ever done. It’s means impossible or big relative to what you have never done.

Just so you know, I battle every single day with keeping up, prioritizing, postponing and even completely letting go.

And with change, the more you proactively practice, the better you get at it, which feeds your self-confidence, which just keeps helping you.

Not sure if I’ll be blogging tomorrow. Have a best-selling book to finish. April is get it done month.

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When You’re Organized

When you’re organized and plan ahead, if you’re lucky, you get do do some things you didn’t have time, or presence of mind, to do before.

Writing 155 March Blog Posts has been an awakening to several things:

  • Relentless commitment to post 5 daily blogs
  • Restless commitment to make a difference
  • Acute appreciation of my own effort
  • The thrill of radical change
  • The thought of turning a corner

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