This month’s question comes from @email@example.com on Mastodon: “How do you feel about the "No Zero Days" approach for writing? I've heard from a few people on either side of it before so I really like hearing what people think.” I had never heard of “No Zero Days” by that name, but I was able to guess pretty accurately what it means, and then confirmed it with some basic research. Thanks Internet! Anyway, to save you one Internet query: the “No Zero Days” approach basically means you have to do a little work every single day. The first link I found said “The only day that’s a failure is a day on which you don’t do anything,” which excellently captures my main objection to this approach, but there are lots of good things about it, too. This won’t be a “thumbs up/thumbs down” post, but rather an examination of what this method is good for so you can decide if it’s right for you.