The Importance Of Free Writing

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Have you ever, sat down at your coffee table, as you unpacked your journal and began free writing? Think of it as a writing exercise where you unleash your thoughts and memories of the day and begin writing and compensating them into a day in the life of yourself. At this moment in time is when you stumble upon things you were oblivious to in regards of what you felt of your day. Maybe you felt that today was a better day than yesterday and was a splendid day, but as you sat down at the table with a warm cup of coffee, you realized how you had spilt all your hot coffee prior to sitting down, having to make it again, or you came to realize of things that had occurred that you never knew. Maybe you felt that today was a good day until you sat down with a fresh brewing cup of coffee to realize all the problems you faced and the occurrences you tried to overcome on this "wonderful day." Free writing is an exercise that allows us to open up our minds and situate and read our work and integrate our feelings from a…show more content…
Now these feelings have a great effect on my writing and what was once free writing, writing for my mind, is now this obstructed writing ideal to which I have to reintegrate my ideas for the readers. This is when writing for public consumption gets difficult, when I have to throw out ideas and these ideas get difficult to integrate as they come straight from my mind. But must be articulate so others may agree with them and enjoy them, and therefore return to my blog posts daily for their dose of consumption. Writing for public consumption brings a toll upon one's personal self-esteem, as their work must display a passage that everyone is pondering upon reading. The words, the voice, the emotions, must act as a connecting aspect between the writer and the reader, and that is what makes reading for public consumption much
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