I often talk about why it's essential to make something every day. Today, I'm going to play devil's advocate, and talk about why a 365 could be bad or even dangerous. I feel like this is important to help me develop the ideas behind this project, and keep me from getting high on my own supply.
I believe critique is necessary for creating things, and looking at the holes in an argument you very much believe in is pretty important as well.
You're at risk of becoming spam. Two days ago, I called life-coaches spammers, and mentioned that maybe I've become spam in my own sort of way.
I've had people say I post too much or they're tired of seeing my stuff in their feed. Understandable, I get tired of TV shows, photography, podcasts after being exposed to them too much. The vlog for instance, now has 75 episodes. You'd be crazy to bringe-watch all that if you got behind. On the flip side, when I've stopped posting a photo every day, I've had people say they missed my daily photo. You can't please everyone. To avoid spamming, I try to get my posting out of the way in the morning instead of posting at 3 different points in the day.
Creating too much can lead to being spread too thin. Did you notice that the podcast fell apart as soon as I started vlogging every day. I was creating too much and I could sustain it along with my full-time job and husband responsibilities. Once I can make a living off all this, I could probably sustain that level of creation, but my can only do so much at this time. (I don't need to lose more hours of sleep)
Speaking of sleep, you won't do that much. I get a solid 4-6 hours of sleep a night. I can exist perfectly fine on that, but a lot of people can't. Making stuff every day can often steal those precious hours.
Despite negatives existing to my 365 lifestyle, I cannot deny the improvement and learning you get from making something every day. The past 5 years have been 1000 times productive then they otherwise would be. I still highly recommend it.