Henry Miller perfectly said : ‘’Writing is its own reward’’ There are many reasons which explains why writing is an authentic part in confidence and personality building. Following are some important benefits of writing daily: 1. IT CHARGES CREATIVITY: Writing everyday increases creativity. A person writing daily will eventually notice that his creativity begins to thrive. Good ideas for writing on different topics will come out.
I have learned a lot throughout this course. English has always been a course that I have enjoyed because I like writing very much. I enjoy writing because I like being able to express my own thoughts and opinions. Reading on the other hand, has not always been a favorite of mine. I enjoy reading once I get into a book I think is very interesting, but for the most part, when I read I get very distracted.
Dale also talks about how when talking to people I you show more interest in them then you show of yourself then they will like you more. I like this because I would never have thought that, I like how he sees things from other perspectives and pulls them all together to make one large thought. I also liked how he put his own thoughts into it with personal comments they make you feel like you are actually talking to him and not just sitting there reading. I overall just really liked the book and thought it to be very helpful for my future and just talking to people on a regular basis. I didn’t really dislike much about this book other than the quotes from people like teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln didn’t seem real, that some things were repeated and how he made the conservatives look bad.
A dozen heads are better than one, after all (and to think out my ideas, sometimes I need those extra brains, but that’s what friends are for). I’m confident that I will succeed in the writing field, wherever it may be – literature, movies, gaming – and I’m forever thankful for my talents, for I know that so many others have not had the encouragement or will to read and write as I have. So, here’s to the future of my writing, and hopefully it will be just as creative as my past was.
The story was already alive and breathing in my mind, demanding to be... ... middle of paper ... ...d makes me realize how happy I have become, and how grateful I am for this new part of my life. I am proud of what I am. In addition, I also realized I didn’t have to type my list of long term effects. Somebody already did. Many people did.
While writing the essay I was scared to get out of topic and write about something else I wasn’t supposed to write about. Another thing that would happen to me was that suddenly my mind would go blank and wouldn’t be able to think about what else I could write about. The essay I liked writing the most this semester was the second essay. I enjoyed making my own planet and how my alien had a quest with all the commercials I saw on the TV. The hardest essay I wrote this semester was the fourth and last essay.
Even our assignment for a short presentation had me dreading my day to be up in front of everyone. I was pushed to step out of my comfort zone, because I knew there was no alternative except failing the course. Another essay was out Photo essay, which as a class we spent numerous occasions expanding our minds to construct an essay on someone we had never met. I am thankful I had these opportunities in such a small setting and a supportive environment. By the end of the semester I still found myself being challenged with new concepts, such as writing a monologue in first person from a person I have never met.
Although I feel I’m a good writer I know I still have a lot to learn and this class has made it possible for me to continue in my path to become a better writer and student. My growth might not have been as drastic as some but that is completely fine with me. To
When I would decide to write about something personal I would make sure to use Pathos to get the hearts of my readers. I tend to use this strategy the most because it is something that happened to come easy to me. Whenever I would have to write about something I research I woul... ... middle of paper ... ...o do with a topic I enjoy talking about, other than that I hate having to go on the internet and search for good resources to add to my paper. In the end, this semester has really helped me out with my writing skills. It opened my eyes to the simple fact that writing does not always have to be miserable and boring.
My grade was justified considering I made plenty of broad statements like “The color choice used by Rosenbaum is genius”, and did not give further explanation on the statement. Luckily, Professor Gallagher offered extra credit if I submitted a post write reflecting on what I did well and what I can improve on. Though the extra two points on my paper was fantastic, the