When an aspiring writer asks an accomplished author for advice, they’re often told: “Write every day.” The problem is, I’ve tried this off-and-on for at least a decade, and it never worked — until I bothered to ask why.
Whether you’re a musician, writer, visual artist, or even a dancer or athlete, daily practice unlocks amazing potential — if you stick with it.
Blogging from A to Z April 2015 Theme Reveal:
*** how to practice your craft every day and what rewards you’ll reap ***
Starting July 2014 I tried one last time to commit to daily writing. I stuck with it and finally see how daily practice ignites all kinds of magic. I’ve gained skills and confidence, clarified project goals, developed bigger and better ideas, and connected with other creatives.
So, I will be blogging about: How artists can practice their craft daily and the many rewards that follow.
Thanks to A-to-Z April Challenge, I will use the 26 letters of the alphabet to organize what I’ve learned and share it in short posts Monday-through-Saturday each week of April.
If you’re a creative of any type (music, visual art, writing, dance, theatre) or if you have a craft/sport/activity that you practice, I am eager to learn from your experiences. If you have time to comment or email me your thoughts, I will be grateful.
Thank you for reading!