Write Now, Edit Later

You can be your worst critic. So, when you’re writing, avoid judging your writing at first.Even experienced writers don’t often crank out a perfect first draft, so setting your expectations too high from the outset is unrealistic (not to mention discouraging).

A good exercise in nonjudgmental writing is toset a timer for 10 minutes and just write down whatever’s on your mind with little regard to what and how it’s written.Even if you need to do research for your writing, build a skeleton that you can add to by writing what you know, and research later. 

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