Tips on How to Make Writing a Regular Habit

Posted by on Nov 03 2011 | Content Writing, Copywriting

As it is with most things in life, practice makes perfect. This is also true when it comes to writing. Writing is a skill which requires patience, practice and repetition.

One way to make writing a regular habit is by setting you a number of goals. You could set yourself simple goals like starting a blog, but it would be a better idea to set yourself a number of specific goals which are a bit harder to accomplish, a goal which isn’t impossible and can be accomplished through diligence, like for instance writing 3 or 4 blogs per day.

Another thing you can do is to commit yourself to a scheduled routine. Choose a date which can be easily fit in to your already tight schedule. If you do not have a fixed schedule, writing will become a victim of procrastination and will never be completed. If you do make a schedule, writing an article per day will come as naturally to you as brushing your teeth.

If you do not feel connected with whatever you are writing, the solution can be something as simple as a change of topic. It is perfectly natural if a writer churns out a lousy article if he can’t connect to it. Try to choose topics which are to your interest. If you have to choose a certain topic, try and put your own angle to it so that it gains a bit of interest

You can also create an ideal work environment around you which will stimulate your mind’s eye. Maybe you need a clean work environment with no sounds or distractions. Or maybe you need a bit of music and a cup of coffee to kick start your brain. Find out what works best for you.

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3 Responses to “Tips on How to Make Writing a Regular Habit”

  1. sonam

    @Shrey great tips for people who have to deal with different topics everyday, but not to forget if you love writing then you will always feel good while including it in your daily routine:) .

    02 Nov 2011 at 8:49 am

  2. Sid

    Good take on issues regarding quality content production. There are myriad differences on how a writer quenches all his/her creative juices in a particular write-up.

    02 Nov 2011 at 8:54 am

  3. Isha

    Writing is generally informative but for some it is a source to vent out their views. For beginners blogs can serve a great purpose.

    04 Nov 2011 at 2:59 am

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