If you follow me on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, you've probably seen my posts about Continuous Practice and wondered what it's all about. It's a challenge, originating from Saundra Goldman. For 100 days, you create every day. Sounds fun, right? It is.
We writers are either plotting, researching, writing, or editing every day. The original challenge is to also post a daily photo of where you're creating. On your computer, in a coffee shop, snuggled with your pups, or wherever. But I've made it my own. I post photos that are sometimes of where I'm creating, but I also post pictures that have something to do with my WIP. Many of them, I took myself on a research trip to the UK a few months ago.
I'm almost two weeks in, and I must say that it's been surprisingly productive. I think being reminded about my project so often keeps it fresh on my mind and thumbing through photos keeps me inspired.
Interested in joining the challenge? That's wonderful! Feel free to tag me on Instagram so I can cheer you on!
Vanessa K. Eccles
Sharing wisdom on living a creative life.
Author of FABLED (2015) / Founder of The Faithful Creative Magazine / Executive Editor of Belle Reve Literary Journal
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