Every writer I know has trouble writing. – Joseph Heller
That is so true and if you ask a writer, you’ll be told the same. There are no checklists and no to-do’s for writing something. You need to read this even if you’re not interested in writing as a career option ever. Writing is a path that you can take to vent your feelings out in words. It’s very powerful. You can do this act on paper or computer. You can write a book, blog, note, or write on the back of a notebook or textbook. Wherever and whatever you write, it’s a reflection of your own thoughts. Remember, it’s not an exam answer sheet from school and college.
Here are 5 most relatable facts for those who hate writing an exam to start writing:
Yes, that’s true. Forget about grammar, you’ll get that later automatically. Forget about construction of sentences, it develops over time. So, even if you feel that you’re not fluent in reading, writing and speaking in that particular language, understand the fact that you don’t need to be.
All the subjects that you studied in school and college are not actually required while you’re sitting down for writing something. What you put down on paper will not be judged and marked out of little hundred. So be free from mind and stop being so harsh upon yourself. You can write, and you should write. There’s no dependency on anything and anybody in this.
This is actually a great thing. Sometimes while writing in a college exam, we’re required to answer within a range of word limit. Sometimes when we’re overflowing with ideas and thoughts during an exam and we start pouring it out on paper, it seems like we’ll be penalized for it. If it is to be 500 words, you’ll have to keep it that way. So, now you can take that freedom and write as much and whatever, and nobody is going to stop you.
Sit in the morning and continue writing till night or maybe accept the fact that you’re a nocturnal and write throughout night. Nobody is there to tell you when to start and when to stop writing. No forcible actions here. Nobody will snatch away your writing material.
Actually not needed, what would I have to say then!