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  • Writer's pictureEliana Rose B.

I Completed a 30-Day Blogging Challenge!

Updated: Nov 11, 2019

During all this month of September, I wrote blog posts every single day. It is impressive to think of all the things that I learned and made me grow into a better professional. Today I finished my writing challenge, and I decided to break down the main aspects of this experience:

What did I learn this month? I think that discipline and consistency are the main traits that I gained. There were days I felt excited about writing, but there were also moments when I did not want to write at all. Treating this challenge professionally meant to show up and sit down to write no matter what. At the end of each day, I felt proud of myself for moving a step closer to my goal.

What were the biggest challenges, and how did they push me to grow? Dealing with resistance was probably the hardest part. A battle inside myself that made me think of many other fun things I could do instead of writing. Overcoming resistance is a difficult action; I am very glad that I was brave enough for beating it.

How am I stronger and better at the end of this month? After completing this challenge, I feel that I am better than the previous version of myself. I feel more confident because I know that I can get work done, no matter how difficult it can be. Besides, I know and can prove that I can meet deadlines. I feel that I am better now because I overcame fears of writing for adult readers, as I just had experience writing for children before.

In what ways has my writing improved? My writing is better because I learned to write in a more concise way (which is something I struggled with many times). I also learned to narrow down my ideas, writing about specific topics and points of view instead of general subjects.

Why do I think I’m more employable now that I’ve completed this challenge? I demonstrated that I finish what I promise to do. I am committed to my work and to prove efficiency. I am always willing to improve myself and my skills. I do not conform to being good at something; I challenge myself to do whatever it takes for reaching my goals. Besides, I can create content about a variety of topics, including content that sells. I am someone who brings this same drive to the workplace and to all the projects I do.

You can find my work here:

Day 1: I Started A 30-Days Writing Challenge Today!

Day 2: Four things I Am Going To Miss About Medellin

Day 3: Five Things That Excite Me Most About Living in The USA!!!

Day 4: Where Is Happiness?

Day 5: What to do in San Andres Island?

Day 6: What I Learned from Being an Au Pair?

Day 7: Our Unique Wedding in Chicago!

Day 8: Decisions In Stress

Day 9: Is Vacation An Antonym Of Work?

Day 10: Writing When You Don't Feel Like Writing

Day 11: My CR1 Visa Got Approved!

Day 12: My Shark Tank Experience - Failure or Success?

Day 13: The Top Things I Have Learned In Praxis So Far

Day 14: Why Do I love Boston So Much?

Day 15: Having An Older Sister Is One Of The Best Things That Have Happened To Me

Day 16: My Plan For Developing Selling Skills

Day 17: We Die When We Stop Being Productive

Day 18: Jazz: An Expression of Mixed Cultures

Day 19: The Power of Consistency

Day 20: My Six Strategies for Writing Daily

Day 21: Selling Strategies Part 2

Day 22: Grafitti, Violence, And Peace

Day 23: Senioritis

Day 24: Money Management Starts At Home

Day 25: Creating Boundaries

Day 26: 6 Reasons Why I Would Hire Myself

Day 27: Improving My Confidence

Day 28: Good Landing Pages vs Bad Landing Pages

Day 29: How to Communicate Successfully

Day 30: I Completed a 30-Day Blogging Challenge!

Writing for 30 days have brought me significant benefits. I feel that I can apply all the things I learned to my everyday life and future projects. I know I still need to keep working hard for achieving my desired level as a writer; however, doing this challenge has been an enormous accelerator for my career and personal goals.

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