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I've always had trouble with sharing my writing. Which is probably why I'm so hesitant to publish anything here, especially this blog post. I'm not a fan of my feelings being known, but I wanted to explain why I either publish lots of things super quickly or nothing for almost an entire month. This is also how I think, for lack of a better word.
The problem I've always had is if my work was good enough or not.
I'm always afraid that my work is terrible, and that everyone will laugh at