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I can’t remember the last time I looked at my stats

One of the reasons I stopped writing on Medium was that it was driving me crazy. Honestly, I’d post an article and look at my stats at least five times a day.

I couldn’t help myself and I realize that it burned me out trying to think about stuff to write about. I’d get super disappointed if my article was rejected by a publication. Maybe I was in a bad place back then, I don’t know. But that’s what happened.

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Mother | Finance & Investment Strategist | Love writing, coffee, reading and rain... not necessarily in that order

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