Last November, I gave myself the challenge of writing a short story a day for a year. It was an ambitious goal. If you’ve been keeping up with the project though, you’ll have noticed that my writing has since slowed down and nearly come to a halt. I don’t want to drop the project because I love to write, but I will be shifting gears to a more easy, infrequent pace.
The lesson here, I think, is summed up quite nicely by Homer Simpson’s immortal words:
You tried your best and failed miserably. The lesson is: never try.
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