Well, I made it to 200 days. I don't plan to stop anytime soon, and if I'm being honest, I still have lots of room to grow. Let's just say I'm not quitting my daily blogging until I'm content with my writing. The only other reason I would quit is if this became a part of my life that had too much power - yeah, that whole thing is still on my mind.
I've been spending a lot of time analyzing my skills and assessing in what areas I need to grow. I'm still learning the art of creating new opportunities for myself. The harder you dream, the more you need to sacrifice to get there. That's exactly where I feel I'm at in life - cutting out the unnecessary stuff but also reaching for the important stuff. I'm just trying to recognize which is which and make minimal mistakes. It's difficult, but necessary.
I've been spending a lot of time in thought - for someone like me, that can be dangerous. Getting back into the habit of hustling can be difficult once caught in this trap. (I'm essentially caught in a rut.) However, I've learned that just getting stuff done brings back confidence. I've also learned that changing things up keeps me motivated to hustle.
I write a lot of blog posts where, I'll admit, I feel like it's more of a diary. (I mean, just look at yesterday's post.) I want to be as transparent as possible, but sometimes it's embarrassing. For 200 days I've been sharing my journey - the good, the bad, and the ugly. I'm not stopping because I'm still striving for more.