Writing take a gentle stride, when writing is your passion. Did you know? You have conversation to yourself, in every way. Twenty-four hours, seven-days a week, three-hundred-sixty-five days. A full year you will have many, hundred of thousand mini-conversations to yourself. A dream of last night, your subconscious is problem telling you something. How to do writing isn’t the same of actually writing. Now is it?
How to do something incredible isn’t by chance, it by working hard. Here are tips every writer should have or follow by, because a writing can take a gentle stride and may loose something great. First, the two p-s (pen and paper). Second, scheduling of writing. The last, to writing you go. Take some notes if you like to do so. Note taking never hurt anyone, now did it?
First tip: Never fret, a pen and a pad of paper might help de-clutter your thoughts. Keep it also with you. You also have something to jot down. No matter where you are at, who you are with. You over heard a conversation that might be an inspiration to write, a book, an article. Or a quote. May-hap, a script for a play. Writing take a gentle stride, when you don’t even acknowledge what you have. Oh, you may say you remember it. Do you know how many times a person might say that and go home, and start to write, and nothing. Cannot remember of the details of clothing the people who were talking. Perhaps forgot what the conversation is about.
What I did: I bought a carry size paper book spiral notepad, and a pen. Where everywhere I went, if the inspiration was there, I wrote it down…I dated everything too. I even wrote down what I was thinking, feeling, or what was around me. I had the setting, the event. Even when a person talked to me, I always asked, “This is interesting. Do you mind if I wrote this down? I don’t need your name.” Most of the time, the answer was yes.
Second tip: Schedule everything, don’t leave anything out. To-list are not ever ending. Have a due date for everything. Including writing. You can have a time limit to pressure yourself, if you like. However dates are a great way to start. Buy a calendar book, agenda, or a dairy. Write down dates, and then the activity, writing, housecleaning, laundry…What every it its write it down, then write a due date.
So therefore, it should look like this:
- Date: 06/05
- Activity: Writing article: Writing Takes a Gentle Stride
- Due Date: 06/15
What I did:
I created the date, activity, and due date for a two week period. After that I added it to a calendar. I try to keep up with all my life. That includes meet up with friends. For work, cleaning. Everything is written down. I usually don’t use time, unless it is an appointment.
The final Tip: Let your soul flow through your writing. Go on a writing frenzy. You don’t need a person permission. There is no limit of what your abilities and talents are.in writing. If you let the writing stride, then you lost something incredible to add to your life. Forget on the how to and follow your passion. Don’t know where to start, then write. Writing takes a gentle stride, when you don’t know how to begin.
What I did: Is what I’m doing now. Writing, more like typing. Still words are somehow put down into sentences. The the sentences are paragraphs. Then drafted, revised, revived, and then re-written to become you.
Writing takes a gentle stride, when you begin to write. Did you take notes? No. Where is your pen and paper at? Did you schedule the writing down? Are you ready to get down and start to write. If writing is your passion get started on it now. Don’t let writing take a stride.