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10 ESSENTIAL TOOLS YOU NEED AS A WRITER TO START WRITING.

Writing has been part of human culture since the beginning of times. The tools used earlier included wood, slate, papyrus, clay and pens made of reeds. As humans developed, so did these tools. It went from pen and paper to the typewriter, and now it is at the computer. The tools have become so many that today’s writers have plenty to choose from. Before stepping into the writing world, there are a few tips that can help maintain your high spirits and drive to avoid the stresses that come with writing.

  1. Sleep

By now everyone should know the significance of sleep and the amount needed by the body every day. The recommended time to sleep is 10 pm to 4 am, this helps nourish the body and relaxation is effective.

  1. Time

Most people do not realize how much time they waste on meaningless things like TV, aimless surfing of the internet among others. For one to achieve remarkable results in writing, time management becomes essential. Just as they say it live your life to the fullest, we cannot do everything and so planning out your time on all your activities such as setting a timetable or creating a routine facilitates achievement of set goals.

  1. Workspace

The workspace and environment should be comfortable, quiet with no or minimal distractions. Some places people choose include coffee shops, the office or a room in your house and also a library.

  1. Notebook

Every writer requires space for drawing drafts and points. A notebook works best in organizing content and calendars. One can also create a notebook in your computer and use it to keep track of all your work.

  1. Microsoft Word

Definitely a writer must have a writing pad like Microsoft Word. For writers who want to do lengthy documents, MS Word is the best choice because of its many formatting options.

  1. Grammarly

 It is every writer’s desire to deliver quality work. The grammar needs to be excellent and software like Grammarly does the trick.

                                                  

  1. Google Docs

For a story writer, Google Docs (which is an online word processor), helps one draft a short story and share it with close friends for comments. It is also storage for all your documents in Google Drive.

8.  Dictionary/thesaurus

There is no writer who would work without a dictionary. It is a necessity, for it helps improve a writer’s work. It beautifies the content with better words and phrases which helps lure clients.

9.  Material /content

A great and successful writer is one who produces outstanding content. It is therefore very necessary to build up content, and there are a few ways to do it. If you are a fiction writer, reading many novels and storybooks helps. For an academic writer, reading material concerned with academics like school books, watching videos and research papers works.

  1. Connecting with other writers

You never know how good of a writer you are till you meet with your completion. This provides you with honest feedback, a healthy completion with great learning opportunities and also moral support. Linking up with different writers can really help grow your skills and level up your work.





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