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Why We Should Write Daily?

 

Why We Should Write Daily?

Writing is a skill that we can develop as it is a part of communication in everyday life. We communicate with ourselves, whether we are communicating with others or making a shopping list.

Writing can do wonders, as we all have something to say about something.  At the same time, we don’t write because we have something to say, but to find out what we have to say. We all have many ideas in our minds all the time.

Writing makes us think and reflect. When we write, our brain relaxes and allows us not to forget the ideas. It improves the coming of ideas exponentially by identifying the patterns connecting the ideas. We always learn something by Trial and error. Practice improves and makes us perfect by allowing us to correct the mistakes by rewriting.  By refining, we can improve it to a better version. When we write daily, it trains the brain well.

Like workouts that keep our body in better shape, daily writing habits will keep our minds in shape. Daily writing keeps us reduces the gaps of time for us to remember ideas and help to turn out a steady stream of work. It will ignite imagination and introduce different techniques.

When we record daily events in writing, it refines our communication by building vocabulary and improving memory. It can help us to relax and reduce the stress when we vent or articulate our feelings.  When we write, we transfer our anger, fear, worry to paper and clear unwanted emotions to build up and clean our minds of stress. It clarifies thinking and reflects our life making us smarter. Many people have no idea of what they want from life and hence do not get them. Writing will help to identify these wants and develop analytical skills to achieve them.

Humans are immensely creative animals as we only can make procrastination look productive by coming up with excuses that we can’t find time for writing. Start with a small goal of writing for ten minutes or writing 100 words and develop it into a daily habit.

When it comes to improving writing skills, constant practice is the key. Let us write more and make our writing skills stronger to communicate clearly and find our style.

************* Rcay *************

 

 

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Ushasurya
Ushasurya
6 months ago

A wonderful article !!
I remember , as young students, we had a class( period, as we used to call it ) every week, devoted to Creative Writing. I wonder if the present day curriculum includes this !!
The teacher would read out all the essays in the Class and we coulld learn and assess a lot.
It is said ” Writing maketh a full man”.
A agree!!
I must say, I exist because I write :)))
By the way, I received the Invitastion sent so gracefully by you. I am touched. As of now I am going through a physiotherapy session due to a severe back pain and I will not be able to attend the Wedding. I lo9ve that City as my husban’s final posting before his retirement was Trivandrum!! In fact, we even decided to settle there and near Perurkada..overlooking some valley with fields but due to “Protests ” by the kids, referring to Instant and Sudden Bandhs in erala and difficulty in getting maids, we had to give up the idea!!
By the way, how come you have addressed us as Mani and Usha ? Are you a relative? I am curious to know !!

Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi
6 months ago

It is a very good habit and I would suggest that all parents must introduce their children to it at the early stage, so that they can develop a love for it and work on honing it. It needs a lot of practice and dedication. Nowadays immense help is available on the internet for helping the people desirous of developing it.

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