Slogging through a Project365 requires an inner peace of sorts. Fretting about a daily photo does nothing for personal creativity. In fact the more I worry about my daily shot, the more criitical I become about what might be a worthy subject. Letting the subject come to me and being open to seeing is the key to an effortless project. Opening oneself up to seeing things that might otherwise go unnoticed is a part of the learning process. I don't look constantly but I do notice more things that might be good subjects. At the same time, I don't always point my camera at things I see. If I have time, I consider it before taking an image. Of course there are things I see that are fleeting so the decision time can be compressed. I find that for my style of shooting there's almost always plenty of time to consider things before committing.
As a takeaway, I'm determined to not overly stress about my daily images. There are plenty of opportunities. The key is to remain open to them taking advantage of the few that really resonate.