If you’re going to write every day, you need to get into a rhythm that feels natural for you and your readers.
The easiest way is to do this is to write like you’re writing to a friend.
There’s only so much hard content people can handle. And it’s too much work to make every piece feel like it should exist in a book.
It has to be light.
Personally, I start by composing an email in Superhuman. You can use whatever email tool you want, of course.
I just start writing as if I were drafting an email to someone I talk to regularly. I keep sentences short, simple, friendly, and to the point.
Sure, some articles are longer, more formal, and require more of an editor’s touch than others.
But I find the best style of writing is the kind you would use to in an email to someone you know and like.
Natural language, easy to digest. Short paragraphs. Bolding, highlights, bullets.
Whatever is easiest to read and digest.
That’s what makes daily writing easier for me as the writer and hopefully for you as the reader, too.