Hi! 👋 I’m Jessa

I blog daily about life, work, and the future

Blogging daily since 2020

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Yes, I did it.

I wrote every day, all year long.

That’s 365 days worth of ideas (some good and resonated with a few, while others, not-so-much).

After putting almost 100,000 words in this blog, I can say that the practice of shipping daily helped me get my ideas across faster than a year before.

It means consistently writing, even there are days I don’t feel like writing at all.

Indeed, the goal isn’t to write a hit but to write and write and write until somebody finds my work and tells somebody about it.

My heart is filled with joy to receive feedback from people who I never thought would pay attention to my work but do. And that includes you. So, thank you.

Thank you for sharing with me your time.

And I hope you’d still walk with me in this journey for another year (and another, and another, and another …)

It doesn’t matter whether you call yourself a “writer.” It doesn’t matter if you’re a singer or a traffic engineer.
Write more.
Write about your audience, your craft, your challenger. Write about the trade-offs, the industry, and your genre.
Write about your dreams and your fears. Write about what’s funny and what’s not.
Write to clarify. Write to challenge yourself.
Write on a regular schedule.
Writing isn’t the same as talking, because writing is organized and permanent. Writing puts you on the hook.
Don’t you want to be on the hook?

The Practice: Shipping Creative Work

And if you have read it this far, here’s where it all began (my first ever blog entry).