Writing About Saws

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Let’s face it. Writing can be quite daunting. Not only will you need to have your brain in sync with each one of your thoughts, but also your body in shape with each one of your ideas. But simply put, writing allows you to make all those thoughts actualized – making you not just a master of your own thoughts, but also a master of your own brain.

Let’s also face it. Writing can be quite delighting. Not only will you get to have your brain in sync with each one of your thoughts, but also your body in shape with each one of your ideas. And simply put, writing allows you to make all those ideas realized – making you not just a master of your own ideas, but also a master of your own body.

Now, what more if you’re writing about saws?

You see, saws are not just used whenever people need to work on a new project at work. These are also used whenever people have to work on a new project at home. And that’s because saws can be deemed as symbols of strength – both at work as people use saws to produce results for their valued clients and at home as people use saws to produce results for their loved ones.

You also see, saws are not just used whenever people need to create something new. These are also used whenever people have to innovate something old. And that’s because saws can also be deemed as symbols of flexibility – both when creating as people use saws to produce results for their valued clients and when innovating as people use saws to produce results for their loved ones.

Because that’s what saws is all about – or better yet, that’s what a miter saw is all about.

It’s us being able to use one to create something new and being able to use any other kind at work for us to produce results for our valued clients more effectively. It’s also us being able to use one to innovate something old and being able to use any other kind at home for us to produce results for our loved ones.

And yes, like no other. And also yes, like never before.

How about you? How do you feel about writing? How do you feel about saws? How do you feel about writing saws?

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3 Tips for the Not-So-Motivated Writer

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Set a word count.

It’s not enough to set two or more hours a day for your writing. You might not get a lot of things written if you depend on the number of hours. To make sure you can produce an acceptable, decent output per day, set a daily quota. Perhaps you can gradually increase the word count if you think you’re getting better too. However, it’s important not to be harsh on yourself. Don’t force yourself to write 4,000 words a day and end up compromising the quality of the write-up. But don’t be too easy as well!

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If you know writing 1,000 per day is too comfortable, then set a daily quota of 1,500 or 2,000. The trick is to identify the number that’s too easy and too difficult for you to handle on a regular basis, then choose your daily quota between those figures. For instance, if 1,000 is too easy and 3,000 is too harsh, then go with 2,000 per day. Ensure that you can commit to that number and still end up with a great writing time.

Join a writing community.

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As a writer, you must’ve been one lonely soul! Though being alone is necessary, sometimes, a writing community could help you stay inspired. Other writers might even help you determine your best writing style or the genre you should be working on. They can also keep you motivated to keep writing when you feel lazy. Being part of a community can also boost your confidence. You’ll also have another family who can listen to your frustrations and can help you overcome writer’s block. Plus, it’s good to socialize once in a while you know! A writing community can also improve your skills especially since most of them include seminars, classes, workshops, online forums, critiques, and contests.

Date yourself.

coffee cup handListen to music. Spend some time with nature. Find inspiration while seated on the grass, watching the sun go down. Observe people. Watch birds. Immerse in the nature. Walk around the park. Take a sip of coffee.

 

Dating yourself can help you refresh your mind and forget all your troubles. Sometimes, the pressure of deadlines and the need to write can be difficult to absorb. When that time comes, when reading and writing becomes too exhausting, take a breather. Don’t worry; it won’t be harmful to you. Who knows? A timeout might be all you need to fire up your spirit.

 

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Tips on How to Improve Your Writing

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Identify and stick to your purpose

Just like when you’re making bread, you also have to know what your goal is when you’re writing. Think of the pen (or keyboard) as your bread machine, what will you make out of it? A sweet poem? A persuasive essay? A narration? Everything should have a beginning. And for writing, it is knowing what and why you’re about to write. Identifying your purpose will prevent you from going off topic too.

Lady typingRemove unimportant words

Don’t confuse your readers with flowery words that are unnecessary. It’s better to be straightforward and clear. This means you have to avoid using gobbledygook as well, like writing “terminal inexactitude” for the simple word “lie.”

Stay away from clichés

Some familiar phrases have become clichés. Unless needed, better avoid these well-worn phrases such as “at the end of the day,” “for all intents and purposes,” “as a matter of fact,” etc. I’m not saying you don’t use them at all, just limit them, and if possible, rephrase them.

Use punctuations

Punctuations are essential pauses that add emotion and variety. They also set the pace. Don’t forget to use each punctuation correctly. However, that doesn’t mean you have to play by the rules. You can use punctuations to add music to your writing as it varies sentence length. Usually, short sentences depict tension while longer ones create suspense.

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Limit the use of adverbs

Most amateur writers use too many adverbs. To avoid overusing them, look for one adjective that would describe the scenario or the person better. For instance:

She is very pretty VS. She is beautiful

The very blue sky mesmerized him VS. The azure sky mesmerized him

I was really scared VS. I was terrified

The second sentences had the same meaning with the first, only that they were shorter and more appealing.

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Fueling Your Passion In Writing

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Writing can be as daunting as solving a Math problem. But you know what? Writing can also be as delighting as finally solving a Math problem.

It’s the same as taking up a degree you are truly passionate about in college, even if there are challenges like failing badly that pulls you down. It’s also the same as getting a job you’ve always wanted to be in somewhere, even if there are challenges like moving away that holds you back.

That’s why, you need to fuel your passion in writing – not just doing it for the sake of being asked to do it, but doing it for the sake of being able to do it.

How?

Here are some ways:

Read books.

If there’s one thing common about writers, it’s their love for books. Reading books is not just meant for someone to learn more about words. It’s also meant for someone to feel more, even changing one’s cold heart. It’s also meant for someone to experience more, even changing one’s whole life. That’s how books are for writers. And that’s how books can help writers. Read books and you will not just feel more and experience more. Read books and you will also have a change of heart and a change of life.

Look outside.

Being passionate about something is not just about seeing things in your perspective. It’s also about seeing things in others’ perspectives. Being passionate about something is not just about experiencing things the same way. It’s also about experiencing things in new ways. Look outside. What can you see? What do you think other people can see? How does it make you feel? How do you think it makes other people feel?

How do you feel about writing now? Are you more passionate than before? How do you fuel your passion in writing?

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