Writing makes me feel free from my mind and put all my thoughts and feelings into it. It feels calm and soothing when you write. I remember when I was little we always had to write our stories in cursive which always helped me to remember things like my vocabulary. I want to improve on my grammars and my words in the future ahead of me, which will take me to the higher roads of writing. I can say what I want to say and express myself without the fear of being judged. Those who'd judge my writing have no right to read it. I write to perforate my emotion and escape the cruel. Writing is my art form, and I will do it whether it is appreciated by others or not. Writing is a therapy for me to keep us writers alive and communicate and share each
Writing is one of the most important skills that I have learned throughout my years in school. I have learned that no matter how much I love or hate it, writing is a necessity; I might as well try to be good at it. Writing has been in my life for many years. There are many types of writing, educational writing and personal writing are two that I will mention in this essay. I have learned how to allow writing to help me in my daily life. When I began writing I hated it, however, I have learned the many uses of it, and it has become a huge part of my life.
I learned a few interesting reasons regarding my overall feelings for writing. Up until now, I never examined why I disliked writing. Looking back at my past experiences with writing I now have a better understanding on what was holding me back. Self-confidence certainly played a large factor in my avoidance of writing. After writing the essay on my relationship with writing, I can use what I have learned from that exercise and apply it to my future writing adventures. I need to be more self-confident, and not worry about any judgments. I need to realize that I am able to express my thoughts through writing. This exercise gave me a very good perspective on my avoidance of writing and will help propel me to write more in the future.
I have always loved to write, and it became even more evident when I entered elementary school. I quickly befriended a girl named Beth, who lived just down the road from me. One afternoon that I remember in particular was in the middle of the summer. She and I were set to write a book. We had read countless storybooks on our own, and we could not see why we could not write one too. We sat down with a notebook and two pencils, and we were set to go.
Like most people, I have been writing since my early childhood. My earliest memory of writing goes as far back as kindergarten, where my teacher gave me the task of creating a short sentence describing a picture. When I was growing up, I hardly used writing outside of school. Writing a letter to Santa Claus every Christmas is the extent of my writing for fun as a child. Although, given the number of essays I have had to write throughout my school years along with the fact that my mother is a bibliophile and has always encouraged me to read and write as much as I can, I have undoubtedly developed a close relationship with writing. Despite being forced to write nearly my entire life, I do not dislike writing; rather, I do not especially care
Writing has never been a real interest of mine. The only time I had to write any of my thoughts on paper was in school. I believed that one had to have that special trait or gift in them that made them a good writer, just like athletes are gifted in their sport. After reading the articles by Pat Mora and the other one from George Orwell, there can be many reasons as to why anyone would like to write.
Writing makes me feel like I am talking to someone that is always listening. Getting to write down my thoughts is like talking to my future self. For example, I do like writing journal entries because I can go back and read it later in life. Just one short paragraph can explain how I felt at that time and what was going on. It also shows your improvement. Going back and looking at my old writings give me a pretty good idea of how much better I have gotten at
Writing isn’t for everyone, yet the number of people writing in this exact moment is pretty monstrous if you google it. Writing has basically been there for me since I was born, it was there when they wrote my birth certificate, when i was learning how to write my name, when i wrote my first essay, taking the STAAR tests, practicing for the AP test, to my first writing assignment for college. People are gifted with creating such rich, breathtaking, emotional, and deep work that last for generations and generations (not me), but writing has not always been a friend to me. The process of writing is not just write and your done, no you need to take time and let your ideas gush out (duh you already knew that) but also to edit and revise to make those final drafts. Writing can be a huge pain in the buttocks (ass), but it isn 't that bad. Here are some of my issues and strengths about writing and my take on it.
Writing has been an outlet for me, and has allowed me to express my passions, guided me along a trying time in my life, and has forced me to acknowledge that I can’t let a disease define who I am, and moreover has pushed me to discover that I’m a passionate young man
As a child raised in the confined and modest society of the countryside, I have felt bereft and misplaced in the universe. Ardently, pining to become part of something extraordinary and to belong to a society composed of refinement and creativity. In the provincial town from whence I came, I observed for many a year how living in conformity rendered many a person in the vicinity insignificant objects of mediocrity. Which only solidified my conviction in the endless improvement of my mind and character, determined to become bigger and brighter than anyone that came before me. I always relentlessly sought but seldom obtained the golden opportunity to explore any interest of mine or was ever afforded the luxury to pursue and hone those interests to absolute perfection, particularly my fervent interest in literature and the performing arts.
Writing has always been a part of who I am and who I want to be. One of my first and favorite childhood memories in school was a classroom book writing project. Ever since I could write my name, I have kept a journal. In school, I always did well in English and thought I knew quiet a lot about it. However, since taking English Composition and Rhetoric this semester, I have learned that I did not know nearly as much as I thought I did.
In my opinion the only time I ever wrote anything was for homework assignments I was assigned throughout school. I can remember writing was my favorite subject compared to the rest growing up; it was the only subject I didn't hate. I always looked at writing as a competition and I thrive off of competition.
The first time I realized I enjoyed writing was when I read the book Coach Carter by Jasmine Jones. I know it sounds a little strange that I found out I enjoyed writing through reading, but in my mind it all makes sense. Reading allows individuals to see into other peoples lives and envision what they are living. Although I enjoy writing it was not something I was naturally very good at. However, as of right now I plan on trying my hardest to take the rules I have learned over time to apply to my writing to help improve it, along with any corrective criticism I can get. Something I find comfort in though is the idea that everybody has to start somewhere, and no matter where you start there is room for improvement and no one is perfect.
Ever since I remember, I have always enjoyed writing. The fact that I can be able to put together a paper and have someone get my idea just with the first paragraph is mind blowing. Sometimes I can’t express myself through speaking so writing down my thoughts on paper has always been my therapy but also an important thing in my everyday life.
While in middle school I began writing, I didn’t mind it but the teachers were not always passionate towards their students. Once I started high school I met my English teacher, she encouraged me to express myself through writing.