Invest In Yourself


After looking at Joe’s post on improving your writing, I got to thinkingĀ about the fact thatĀ as a writer, it is easy to get lazy. Pressing deadlines or the search for more work can easily take priority over polishing and refining your writing skills. I would have to argue that to let this happen is a serious mistake. Investing in yourself is just as important as anything else in this field.

What does “investing in yourself” mean? Tightening your prose. Memorizing new vocabulary. Improving your grammar. Ask yourself–when is the last time that you spent some time doing these things? If you aren’t sure, or you don’t do them on a regular basis; now’s the time to get going. All writers should be aware of what they are a little weak on in terms of writing. Spend a bit of time shoring it up–you’ll be glad you did in the long run!

2 thoughts on “Invest In Yourself”

  1. It seems so basic, but this is so vital. Especially the vocab brush up. I notice myself turning time and time again to the SAME WORDS. Great tips Catherine!

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