On Continuing Writing

I used to thought about my writing a lot. Before writing, I always wanted to try and prepare everything perfectly.

However, these last few months (years?) have taught me something. If I kept waiting for the perfect opportunity, for the perfect draft — I might end up not writing anything (as you can see from my latest writing date).

Now, instead of waiting for perfection, I will write first; then improves later on.

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Software Engineer at Taxfix (https://taxfix.de) - Software engineer, writer, designer, and artist.

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Software Engineer at Taxfix (https://taxfix.de) - Software engineer, writer, designer, and artist.

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