Why It’s Important to Suck Instead of Staying Stuck

So here I am again, writing another blog post. Today I am not feeling particularly inspired. That’s not to say that I am not enjoying the moments I am taking to type this, or that I have lost my love for this blog. In fact, me feeling “blah” about this post only means I am human. I have days where I am inspired and full of energy, and other days where I feel more introverted and reserved. That is okay – because I am here.

I made a commitment to post to my blog every day. Even if they are imperfect posts. Even if they are posts like this one, where I feel like I am talking in circles. I am posting because I am not letting myself hide behind a list of unfinished drafts. I am not letting myself stay stuck.

So yes, this blog post sucks.

But I would rather have a post that sucks, than no posts at all.

I am learning. I am growing. I am working toward where I want to be. Today’s post may suck, but the more posts I write, the better they will become.

Give yourself permission to suck at stuff. Give yourself permission to fail. It is all part of the process.

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