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The weekly 1%: Consistency

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I've been writing a newsletter daily since March 12th, 2024. Yes, that means every day I sit down and I write anywhere between 200 and 500 words on a topic related to web accessibility. I covered processes, the WCAG, ARIA, pitfalls to avoid, and sometimes small wins.

Like this one.

Earlier this week, I've crossed the threshold of 100 emails written and sent to my daily list. That's a total of around 35.000 words. A non-fiction book has an average of 40.000 words. Mind you, I'm not saying I have a book here by any measure, because I don't. That's not the win.

The win, and this week's 1%, is that I've been consistently writing and publishing every day for over 100 days straight and I still haven't run out of things to talk about. So I'm looking forward to the next 100!

In the mean time, here are my 10 favourite emails:

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