#100: How Writing Saved my life
This is my 100th article where I will share the changes the happened in my life as I started writing. I hope this motivates the readers.
· No Overthinking
The continuous effort that goes into editing and simplifying the content for my articles is now imprinted onto my brain. This has become a way of thinking. I am able to think in a structured manner and have control over my thoughts to a decent extent.
· No Depression
The COVID stay home all the time is hard for everyone and I was no exception. A shift from college independence to a restricted life was not easy for me. Writing fills in the void to do something unexpected every day which is essential to keep me going.
· Give Back
I always believed in sharing the knowledge I have and I can procure. Every thank you, every compliment, every clap strengthens my idea to add value to the lives of everyone.
Writing every single day without any days off through illness, travel, work and personal problems has made me disciplined and taught me the value of consistency.
There have been days when an article I wrote with a lot of hard work gets only 10 views. I have learned to stay calm during the highs and the lows. Every article is a creation made me love and effort. I am the one who loves my creation the most and that is all that matters at the end of the day.
The practical, logical and impatient audience of the current era can easily see-through low-quality content. Hence, I have to stay on my toes and keep learning. So that I can distill and simplify the ideas for my readers.
I am just a 22-year-old trying to add value to your life, one article at a time. I am utterly grateful for the love I have received and I am motivated to keep getting better.