100-Day Creator Challenge #58: Refuel
How do you refuel?
Today we muse over the following:
How do you refuel?
In life and in your (creative) work?
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Breaking out of the “when-then” pattern
Greatly appreciated the reading and writing, thanks everyone!
As you’ll notice, there is no different language this time, and also, not for the rest of the challenge posts.
It was a kind of experiment, but I don’t think it added that much. Anore moreover, I got frustrated that I didn’t get to add languages that start on the right side of the page (the whole substack post would flip from left-aligned to right-aligned). Don’t want to leave out my middle eastern brothers and sisters.
So, I’m just keeping it plain English for the rest of the time. Thanks for indulging me in this little experiment anyways! ;)