This exercise is also known because of the “Hourly Comic Day Challenge,” where you draw a comic every hour you are awake. It is usually done on February 1st, but there is no reason you can’t do it any day.
You can make a comic about what you did that hour — an autobiographic comic — or you could document the thoughts you have in that hour or anything else you think of saying.
Your art will be less refined, but that is almost the point: push yourself to keep drawing many comics instead of being too precious about one drawing.
Prepare paper and a pen or pencil to use for this exercise tomorrow.
When you wake up, draw a one to three-panel comics strip with a short comic each hour of the day. Don’t agonize about it, do it!
Don’t worry about the comic not being “good.” It’s just an exercise.
This helps you see that there is a story in everything, and at the same time, it trains you to be less precious about quickly sketching something down.