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Affirmations-366Days#361: Revising a project is often like moving around pieces in a puzzle. I patiently figure out which parts make the right picture.

For new readers, here’s why I’m committing to writing affirmations, about the creative process, during the next 366 days.

Affirmations-366Days#300: I constantly revise my limited notions of what’s possible of me as a writer.

For new readers, here’s why I’m committing to writing affirmations, about the creative process, during the next 366 days.

Affirmations-366Days#166: Every writer goes through multiple drafts. I don’t have to start out perfect, I just have to start.

For new readers, here’s why I’m committing to writing affirmations, about the creative process, during the next 366 days.

Affirmations-366Days#162: It’s better to say “it can be fixed” than “it’s bad”. I affirm that my writing project grows stronger with each revision.

For new readers, here’s why I’m committing to writing affirmations, about the creative process, during the next 366 days.

Affirmations-366Days#125: Revision requires skill and strategy. I am patient when revising my work. I know the best is yet to come.

For new readers, here’s why I’m committing to writing affirmations, about the creative process, during the next 366 days.

Affirmations-366Days#88: I revise with ease. Thoughtful revision is the quickest way to get closer to my reader.

For new readers, here’s why I’m committing to writing affirmations, about the creative process, during the next 366 days.

Affirmations-366Days#69: I honor the revision process by keeping the right words and setting the rest free for another day.

For new readers, here’s why I’m committing to writing affirmations, about the creative process, during the next 366 days.


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