oday, I return to Quora for the sake of finding ideas for writing. Every time I challenge myself to write regularly, I struggle with ‘What should I write.’ I have some ideas I saved on the PC, but I always feel, “This is not what I want to write now.”
So, instead of writing down an idea I have, I look for new ideas. And it takes me extra time to write, and it is a shame because it always happens, just like now. However, after I headed for a few sites, I finally headed to Quora.
Back then, Quora was my favorite site for reading. I read regularly there, but this year, I seldom visit the site, even though the application is always on my cellphone’s first page.
My editing works required much attention. Besides, I decided to read more books, so the site was kind of abandoned.
Read also: My Creative Writing Process
Long story short, I logged in to the site and found two questions that caught my attention. The first question was about writing, the second question was about learning English. So, I gave some time to write the answers. It made me feel productive, already, even though I haven’t written on my blog yet. 😀 (to be able to answer the question on Quora makes me happy, anyway)
After submitting the two answers, I scrolled down, looking for something that might be interesting for my content writing. Luckily, I came across an interesting response to the question, “What sites do people rarely know about?” A Fellow Quora shared about the Futureme.org site. Her answer caught my attention as it is new to me too. The feature site.org is a place to write letters to yourself to be read in the future with the time we have set. For example, a letter to yourself for your birthday next year. Knowing that information,
I’m excited to try it.
The front view is like this.
The settings for the letters we send can also be changed to become visible to the public after being successfully sent. But we are as anonymous.
It’s awesome, right? I definitely will try it, and I will return here to tell you what I feel when I receive a letter from myself in the future.
If the site I talk about is new for you too, you might want to try it as well; check out the site here