My Little Thoughtful Space

A place to practice writing in my own little way. A space to ponder, wander and wonder.

Tag: writing

Five Lessons on Why Writing Is More Than Sustaining

Sustaining yourself to write is not a challenge. Yes, you read it right. After years of writing, I came to more realizations. More lessons on writing.

“Writing about a writer’s block is better than not writing at all.” ~Charles Bukowski

The real daunting challenges of writing is way more than sustaining.

In any activity either music, sports, or studying calculus (especially calculus), we come to the point of questioning ourselves. Why am I doing this?

At first, it’s pure bliss. Pure joy and satisfaction. But, as like human relationships, we can continue and felt stuck. And going nowhere.

There’s a point in our lives when the challenging goals turned into mundane tasks.

Then, you can’t help but ask yourself, “why?”

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How to Take Writing as Art and Proofreading as Science?

I’m an avid reader. I also love to listen to Audiobooks and podcast. Currently, I’m in paradise because I have all the time in the world to absorb ideas from books and audio teachings. This morning I just read an e-book from Leah McClellan entitled “The Simple Writing Writer’s Guide.”

With the subtitle “A Handy Reference For Punctuation and Grammar.” Reading that title and subtitle, I know I found what I’m looking for.

If you want the free e-book, you can go to simplewriting.org. This is a gem for beginners like me.

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