Here’s to trying new things
Today marks day 1 of my personal Ship 30 for 30. Over the next 30 days, I am going to sit my butt down, write 250 words, and publish it for the world to see.
Great question. I turned 32 this year and for whatever reason, it hit me like a ton of bricks. Sure 30 and 31 had their moments, but 32 felt different. Maybe it’s because I’m getting married or 2020 was, you know, one hell of a year–I’m sure I’ll have to unpack that in a future therapy session. Either way, it’s time to pattern interrupt and try something new.
Okay, but why writing?
Well, because I keep coming back to it. Fun fact, I started a personal blog back in March of 2018. I made 4 or 5 posts and stopped there. Little did I know that was just the beginning. Since then I’ve had a few stints with morning pages and here I am again writing content for the world to see.
At the end of the day, I find writing therapeutic. There are a million thoughts swirling around in my head and this gives me a chance to capture and clarify.
Plus, if Seth Godin can blog every day for 20 years, I can do 30 days, right?
So here’s to trying new things!
My goal for the next 30 days is to inspire the next Joe Webber. If you’re sitting there with that tiny voice in the back of your head saying “maybe we can do this?” Why wait? Today is a perfect day to start.
Published February 24, 2021
About the author
Hi, I’m Joe Webber. I write a daily blog to remind myself of where I want to go and the steps needed to get there.
In 2017, after failing out of college and 10 years of aimlessly floating along, I woke up and realized there was more to life than just going through the motions.
Since then, I’ve been on a relentless pursuit to ditch average and live a life worth talking about.
I write about my wins and losses so others can avoid my mistakes. I hope you’ll follow along:
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