I'm a Christian, a designer, and a gadget fan who lives in Cheltenham, UK.

This is my blog, a creative outlet to mess around and play with as well as a place that logs my thoughts and inspirations.

There’s an odd pres­sure when you’re try­ing to exer­cise the mus­cle of dis­ci­pline, it’s tempt­ing to want every­thing you do as a part of that to be the best that it can be. Some­times you need to just push through and exer­cise that mus­cle. When you’re start­ing out, quan­ti­ty is often more impor­tant than qual­i­ty. You need to get used to doing some­thing reg­u­lar­ly before you can focus on doing it bet­ter, oth­er­wise the fear of not good enough can hold you back and pre­vent you from mak­ing the progress you want to make.

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  1. @philbowell Very true but it’s sur­pris­ing how quick­ly the qual­i­ty comes when you’re in a rou­tine, and often when you least expect it. So many times I’ve start­ed some­thing just to hit a dai­ly quo­ta and after 300 words of rub­bish sud­den­ly hit on some­thing profound.

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