The Writing Chaos: Why It’s Beautiful And Messy

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A poet’s perspective on finding inspiration in the chaos of writing. It explores the idea that writing chaos is not an enemy, but a source of creative liberation. The post includes a poem on the topic and a personal reflection on what inspired it. The post also touches on the Ballade rhyming scheme, a unique structure that the poet experimented with. If you’re looking for inspiration and encouragement to embrace the chaos of the writing process, this post is for you.

How To Tackle Creative Burnout

tackle creative burnout

I’ve been writing for years now, and it’s always been a passion of mine. But lately, it feels like a chore. I sit down and force myself to write, but the words don’t flow like they used to. And it’s not that I don’t enjoy writing anymore; I still do. But sometimes, it feels like a struggle. Maybe it’s because I’m trying to force it too much. I’m only at a temporary creative burnout.

Wordless Weekend: The Perfect Way to Recharge

Wordless Weekend: The Perfect Way to Recharge

We all know how hectic life can be. Our minds are constantly going a million miles an hour and we’re always juggling a million different things. Sometimes, we just need to hit the reset button and recharge our batteries. And what better way to do that than by spending a wordless weekend?

7 Amazing Tips to Write a Scene  

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So you’ve decided to write a book, planned your chapter, and the schedule is set, but the only thing coming your way is how you’ll approach the scenes. It’s not as complicated as you think regarding the “write a scene” scenario.  You surely desire to get your story to reach the reader’s heart. You want […]

How To Be An Efficient Storyteller: 5 Ways

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Grandma always had the best stories. She could make them up on the spot or tell us ones she remembered from her own childhood. Either way, we were always captivated. It’s a cherished part of childhood that often stays with us forever. And now that we’re adults, we can see just how special those storyteller […]

11-Step Formula to Writing Your First Draft 

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One of the most important skills that a writer can possess is the ability to write the first draft. Writing your first draft is essential for many reasons, including getting your thoughts out on paper, refining your ideas, and getting feedback from others. However, it can be difficult, especially if you don’t have any experience […]

7 Unexpected Reasons Why Everyone Should Journal

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From brilliant scientists to thoughtful artists, everyone can benefit from keeping a journal as a self-care routine. I am excited to talk about writing. Since it’s my passion and I’ve been doing it for years. Plus, let me help you relate to my own writing journey and why you should be keeping a journal right […]

4 Powerful Pre-writing Tips for Any Writing Project (2022)

pre writing tips

Has it ever happened to you? In your mind, you’ve created an article while taking a shower or going for a walk. And you want to write it down, but then there’s office work, you have to cook, clean, or do laundry, and finally, you sit back and decide to write, but it’s gone! You […]