MORE IDEAS FROM 5 tips to be a better Writer!!
Somedays you'll be writing like there's no tomorrow, and then there will be days when words would be anxious to come out, every sentence would be an effort. Everyone has those days, and in that case, it's best to try and give up at the end, give yourself some downtime, read some new books. Find inspiration, you'll be back in no time. Every writer must go through writer's block every once in a while. It is what it is.
Being a writer means coming up with new and creative ideas, which is only possible when you give your brain a chance to breathe. In this cluttered world of gadgets and entertainment, it has become quite difficult to have some genuine downtime. But, it's while you're doing nothing that the most brilliant idea will strike you!
A writer who doesn't read is a fool, for there's a far and wide difference between people who write good, and people who perfect their craft. If you don't read, you won't ever know, what perfection looks like.
Writing is an anxious job, putting yourself out there, exposed on paper, and so not many could conjure the strength to finish writing what they've started. And so I don't review my writing unless I've finished a session of writing. So, first work towards finishing what you've started, you can only work upon what you've already done after all.
This is the first skill that you have to know in order to cope with the Reading section of the ACT. It doesn't have anything to do with the speed of your reading, but with pacing. Analyze the questions being asked after the passages.
Anger is a normal emotion that everyone experiences from time to time. There are many situations that can trigger feelings of anger, which may range in intensity from mild annoyance to profound rage.
Because of this, it is important to understand what you can do when you are feeling angry to get your feelings under control.
Below is a list of some ways that may help you to control your anger.
No need to mention how plastic is affecting our environment.
Let's see how small changes you can do to bring a big change in the world's environment
1. Use bamboo toothbrush instead of plastic ones
2. Do not throw plastic packets of curd, milk or snacks. Make an eco brick with them. For more details go to the below link https://thesustainabilityproject.life/blog/2018/10/07/ecobricks-plastic-solved/
3. Always carry your own cloth made grocery bag for shopping. Try to buy loose groceries not the packaged ones.
4. Use wet garbage and vegetables waste to make compost.
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