One Thing You Need When You Don’t Have Time to Write

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‘I am so busy!’ I hear what you murmur when no one is around. Tired and exhausted. Physically and emotionally. Yes, I understand; we all feel the same way.

Especially writing, it feels like a hobby. Writing seldom feels like a proper job. We don’t give enough time for a hobby when things get crazier. Even if you love writing, writing becomes a hobby that you cannot really enjoy when you are having a busy day.

But then I wonder how I get so busy. I have 24 hours every single day, the same number of hours that all the other people around the world get to have. I sleep 8 to 9 hours by average. I am left with 15 to 16 hours, from the morning ’til the night.

By | 2017-03-17T12:51:27+00:00 March 14th, 2017|Writing|Comments Off on One Thing You Need When You Don’t Have Time to Write

Which Book Should I Read Next?

How to Pick the Next Book to Read

We are flourished with choices. Too many places to have dinner. Too many potential dates to swipe right. Too many airlines to fly to a next holiday destination. Let’s just admit that sometimes you and I miss the old days where we had a limited number of choices, had a simpler thinking process and hence the simpler life.

It happens in writing, too. In a total opposite to the disastrous writer’s block, writers also struggle because of too many things to think about, to write about. What about those bookworms? There are literally too many books being published every month, and it’s difficult to keep up with all the great covers

By | 2017-03-07T20:50:31+00:00 March 7th, 2017|Writing|Comments Off on Which Book Should I Read Next?

Why You Need to Do Journal Writing?

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You are a writer. Yes, you love writing. And, you are good at writing. People cry reading the letters you wrote, are amazed how well your prose is written. You are 100% certain that you are born to do this.

However, writing sometimes feels like a chore.

You know that you are the happiest person in the world when you hold a pen onto a piece of paper. It is a fact that you can never deny. But, it is just so much work; you lose the sense for picking the right topic, the right message, the right writing tool.

By | 2017-02-27T14:21:25+00:00 February 24th, 2017|Writing|Comments Off on Why You Need to Do Journal Writing?

How to End a Blog Post

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We’ve seen some great examples of blog post introductions last time. There’s always an ending when there’s a beginning. Let’s see how these bloggers wrap up their blog posts.

Today’s overview on how to end a blog post:

  • Ask for comments
  • Befriend the readers
  • Reveal a secret
  • Throw more questions
  • Emphasize with the F-word (when needed)
By | 2017-02-22T16:13:40+00:00 February 21st, 2017|Blogging, Writing|Comments Off on How to End a Blog Post

Best Blog Post Introductions for New Bloggers

How to Write Blog Post Introductions

When I started to work on my blog, I didn’t care much about writing. Instead, I was all about reading. I was curious to know how and what others were doing in the industry. So, I read lots of other blogs to get tips. And, I still do.

One of the common topics I discovered was How to Write a Blog Post. I almost always ended up with a checklist, from getting a domain to installing WordPress on Bluehost, or what to make sure before clicking the publish button. Other days, I found some great advice such as how to hook your readers and how to make them keep reading, too.

By | 2017-02-21T21:49:57+00:00 February 14th, 2017|Blogging, Writing|Comments Off on Best Blog Post Introductions for New Bloggers
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