Make Something Everyday

Everyday, we (hopefully) brush our teeth, wash ourselves, eat three meals, and talk to other people.

But we’re surprised when the act of making something is part of someone’s daily routine. We’re surprised because it’s an odd habit, a habit that makes us think, “oh, that sounds like something I could [or used to] do.”

And that’s exactly right. It is something that you can do (or start doing again), as long as you understand that the point of making something everyday is not to do it for money and recognition.

The point of making something everyday is to use muscles that you haven’t used in who knows how long.

Make something everyday. It’s an odd habit. And that’s exactly why you should start.

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