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How to Improve Even If You Don’t Write Everyday

As long you can get to your computer to write every day, even for five minutes, you’ll be helping your writing by leaps and bounds.

But I get it. Writing every single day can be really hard, especially when you have vacations, balancing schedules of kids and spouses, seeing family and friends, and other commitments to balance. Finding five minutes to brush your teeth can be hard!

But the rule still applies: consistency is key.

So you can’t write every day. Can you write five days a week? Three days? Four hours every Saturday? If you are having trouble getting started writing an article or essay, you can use the essay writing services, which will also improve your writing skills.

That’s still golden! You’re still writing, getting yourself in front of your stories, and making yourself a better writer as you go along.

However, even if you don’t write every day, it’s imperative that you still engage with your writing every single day, even if you don’t write or edit.

Today, I’m going into a few ways you can still engage with your writing, your technique, and your creativity every day, even if you can’t sit down in front of your computer.

READ

Duh. I don’t need to tell you this but here it is. Because aside from writing, this is the most important thing you can do. The more you read, the better your writing will be. The better your stories will flow, the more depth your characters will possess, the more dynamic and alive your setting will feel. Because you’ll be taking in someone else’s understanding of words, you’ll be broadening your own.

LISTEN

Get off your phone! Put it in your pocket or purse and just listen to what’s happening around you. Whether you’re waiting to pick up your kids, waiting to meet a friend at a coffee shop, waiting in line at the doctor’s office, don’t just zone out on Candy Crush. Listen to conversations, sounds the espresso machine makes, the click and clack of heels on linoleum. Listen and file those sounds away. You’re writing will flourish once you can add in that additional sensory piece of what your characters are hearing as they move through their story.

CARRY A NOTEBOOK WITH YOU

I say this a lot too because I can’t stress its importance enough. Carry a notebook with you everywhere. I have a few different ones: on my nightstand, in my purse, on my desk at work. They don’t need to be big, I just use these little composition notebooks and just leave them wherever I think I might need them. Whenever inspiration strikes, I can write it down, rather than forgetting it. Whenever I hear something that I have to include in my next story, I write it down. Whenever I see something or taste something or experience something that I know needs to appear in a story, I’ll write it down.

Seriously. Get thyself some notebooks.

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