The first step to digital writing is putting our hands on the keyboard. If we aren’t able to do that, then the piece won’t get written because the input (our fingers) won’t be present.
The tool doesn’t have a mind of it’s own.
Fortunately, it’s easy to put our hands on the keyboard.
The immediate next step is to type something.
And it can be absolutely anything, because you haven’t hit any “Share” buttons. Nobody knows. Nobody can see. There’s no risk involved, no egos being hurt.
The first step is easy.
If you want to write, you’ve got to put your hands on the keyboard.
The same thing applies to any other creative practice.