Are you turning your tassel today?
This Week In Writing, we celebrate National Graduation Tassel Day by exploring how we level up as writers.
Later this evening, I graduate from Government Academy, a weekly exploration of local government that I began in March. It’s a fitting day since today is National Graduation Tassel Day, dedicated to all graduates. While graduating from any school level is extremely important, I instead want to focus on how we level up as writers.
There are so many ways to improve our writing. Just about everyone has a course or class for purchase. While some of those are very good, there are many other ways to improve our skills.
For me, the act of writing every day helps me level up. Every sentence I write is a chance to learn, grow, and improve. Likewise, reading and editing content for others allows me to see what works, what I like, and areas where I can improve my writing.
You might not be graduating from a program today, but what are you doing to improve as a writer? How can you graduate from where you are now to a new level of writing skills? Hit reply and let me know.
This Week's Featured Links
How Book Tabs Level Up Your Reading | by Jon Tobin | The Writing Cooperative — writingcooperative.com In my life, I keep careful watch over two things: pens and book tabs. Every other object around me functions as set-dressing, mostly. Book tabs are those little sticky pieces of colored paper that…
3 Things I Wish I Knew When I Wrote My First Novel | by Alexa V.S. | The Writing Cooperative — writingcooperative.com Lessons that have helped me level-up as a writer.
Level Up Your Productivity Through Budgeting | The Writing Cooperative — writingcooperative.com Do you know where your money goes? What about your time? Here are four simple rules to budget your time and become a better writer.
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