Make It a Habit to Evaluate Your Previous Writing Efforts

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As writers, we often focus on the present and the future. We’re always thinking about our next project, our next deadline, or our next goal. But it’s important to take the occasional step back and evaluate our past writing efforts.

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Diona L. Reeves

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Former COO. Writes about personal growth and development, finances, and the path to meaningful writing.

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