The More You Write, the Better Your Writing Gets
September 17, 2007
This one should be obvious, but I’m not letting it go without discussing it.
When I first started blogging, I would go back on my posts and find dozens of mistakes. Spelling and grammatical errors, all sorts of things. And apart from that, my writing wasn’t organized and put together very well. Sometimes I would word sentences in ways that they wouldn’t make sense, and I couldn’t get out what I wanted to say clearly enough. In my early times of blogging, it was easy to be ashamed of some of my posts.
But now, I notice that my writing is a lot better than it was an approximate six months ago. When I reread my posts to double check for typos and mistakes, I don’t find nearly as many things as I used to. Now, instead of dozens of errors, there are just a couple, if even that. Besides from not making so many typos, my sentences and writing in general are much stronger than before.
The more you write, the better your writing gets.
If you’re new at blogging or are still having a lot of trouble with your articles, don’t just give up and quit. Becoming good at something takes time, a lot more than you may think. So keep pulling through! As the months pass you will notice that your writing will become clearer and easier to comprehend, your vocabulary will improve, and you won’t make grammatical mistakes as often as you used to.
Practice makes perfect, so keep working at it. Continue writing daily and in no time you will notice the improvement! It only goes up from here.
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