Writing 101 has ended. And, yes, I’m partly prepared for the sudden drop in post engagement that is bound to follow.
But, as I wrap up the assignments from this course, I want to highlight some of the things I gained through it. Continue reading “Last Day of Writing 101”
There’s a lot of writing advice out there for wannabe pros. Most of it is about how you have to show up every day whether you feel like it or not. Have a set word limit for every day. Have a specific spot where you can sit down to write without distractions, Do it for a long time, and you’ll have your brain wired to pick up inspiration whenever you sit down. They speak long term. Continue reading “Writers’ Block Paranoia”
This post was insppired by Scribbles by Arpita.
It’s not that I’ve been very responsible or very consistent while blogging on this site. The very first post I wrote was inspired by The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens. Continue reading “Comment Inspired”
“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.”
― Dr. Seuss
Both her feet used to fit on a single gray tile. The ceilings looked imposing and felt untouchable. The chairs were too big for her small frame, and the tables felt too high for comfort. Sometimes agoraphobia kicked in when she was alone in the rooms. The lights sometimes hurt her eyes. The sheer number of stairs on the way to the roof made her legs ache every time she climbed them to get lunch.
Continue reading “Smile. Because It Happened.”
For some people, it’s all about the when and the where. There has to be a specific spot and they have to sit down at a specific time every day. They say that’s the signs of a pro. That is probably true. I don’t know yet because I am still an amateur. Continue reading “The Space To Write (Writing 101- Day 6)”