What left me exasperated was that I didn't want to repeat myself and I wanted new material to quote from. This lead to a daily process of sifting through quotes, trying to find one or two that I really liked. As I said, the entire process left me a little drained and feeling like I was spending time on something that mattered little to anyone, anyway. What I enjoyed about the endeavor was that I got to know other people's taste in ideas, by getting them to post that they liked my quotes. This little bit of positive feedback was too far and few between and so I didn't feel that I was doing that much for others socially. I did have a family member tell me that he looked forward to my daily quotes being posted and I did feel a little bad that I could not keep up the flow of daily quotes just for the reason that I think that people liked them. However, despite how much I enjoyed the whole thing, it was also a lot of work and while I do have lots of time on my hands I like to spend my time on other things. Be careful what you take on as a project and don't let it run your life in any way, and you should be happy with the results even months later.