Writing Helps Us Make Sense of the Things We Otherwise Can’t

The only thing about keeping a journey, is that I often feel like I have to write in it every day, and there are days that I can’t think of anything to say. What are your seggestions? Do you write in your journey every single day?

Meg Dowell Writes

When you start publishing your work — whether professionally through a publisher or casually though a free blogging site — things change. Suddenly, it feels like any hour you spend writing, you must spend it writing something your audience will see.

Why? Because writers, though they desperately wish otherwise, have limited time to do what they do. They’re often afraid that if they don’t spend it wisely enough, they’ll miss out on opportunities they feel they can’t afford to lose.

This can be a good thing. It can also be harmful.

Writing is an art. A skill. It’s also a tool that shapes who we are, or sets a mold for who we might eventually become. The ability to communicate things clearly on paper isn’t just a desired job skill. It’s a quality that can change us. Help us. Improve us.

We often forget that our journeys as writers started…

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