Your First Draft Doesn’t Have to Be a Masterpiece

Layer your work instead

Diona L. Reeves

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Stacks of colorful papers to represent a layering process
Photo by Andrew Pons on Unsplash

My first drafts are terrible. Ramblings, incomplete storylines, no sense of order or cohesion.

The second and third drafts aren’t much to brag on, either, but I don’t stress about them as much as I used to.

Why?

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Diona L. Reeves

Thrives on being nicheless! Writes about life lessons, creativity, organization, and more.