In freewriting, the writer has the freedom to put down everything without second guesses or judgment.
The subconscious mind holds many ideas and freewriting helps writers to ...
“The conscious mind is the editor, and the subconscious mind is the writer. And the joy of writing, when you’re writing from your subconscious, is beautiful – it’s thrilling. When you’re editing, w...
Freewriting has been scientifically proven to help writers focus and gain confidence in their writing abilities.
Researchers found that freewriting e...
Stopping presents the opportunity for your inner critic to come out. By writing nonstop, you allow your subconscious mind to fully take over and New thoughts will ...
Whatever comes to mind, write it down. Even if something doesn’t seem to make sense or does not connect to the previous idea you wrote, write it down anyway.
Freewriting is similar to brainstorming in that it can help writers discover new ideas. However, brainstorming still involves the stopping, thinking and editing that free writing avoids.
Find a prompt that best suits your needs. Prompts can be as simple as “I want to write about…” to help with creative writing, or “I want to argue that…” to help with academic writing.
Putting pen to paper has been scientifically proven to aid productivity and creativity. Studies using MRI show that handwriting increases neural activity in parts of the br...
Save your free writing so you can refer to it while working on current and future writing projects.
Something that doesn’t stand out to you now might be exactly what you need to help you move...
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