Now that we're coming to the end of 50/90, I'm reminiscing on the whole experience. This is my first 50/90, and it felt quite different from FAWM (which I loved too!) and I'm thinking of what I came in to this process with, and what I've leaving.
My thoughts at the beginning on July was that I was not going to pressure myself too much, and I'd be really happy with 5-10 songs. My count was 19, which I would really only count 16, as 3 other them were doubly counted as others took my lyrics and did other things to them. I'm still a newbie in the whole songwriting world, and I've gotten so much from being pushed to do more with music production and just throwing content out (Thank you Tuesday Night Music Club members for the push!), doing more collaborations with new people I didn't know, building some relationships that I started in FAWM 2021, and just basically grew as a creative person, for which I'm forever grateful.
Did I know this was going to happen? No, but I was open to the magic of the opportunity, and looking forward to more magic in the future!
Edit: I guess a better way that I could have stated this is how have you grown and changed since you started this 50/90? What did you learn about yourself? Whether we complete one song or 100, did a collab or skirmish or not, etc., it's really about how you are different now from this experience.