Tuesday, April 18

You want to write better? Go out more.

I know this may sound a little off for those who love their beds, but the reality is that staying in one spot all the time can cause you to be less motivated and creative. I am writing this article from experience. Inspiration is not just about listening to inspirational talks and reading inspirational quotes, though these are also helpful. Your brain doesn't just function through these. There is more that can motivate you, even without your knowledge. For instance, I discovered that watching talk shows improved my writing. I remember always watching Steve Harvey's shows, and when I want to write, I try to sound as good as a presenter. I started writing to present a better article, which was also how I came to realize that going out more helps you write better.

How does going out more improve your writing skills

The world we live in today is a combination of many things, events, and people, and staying in one place makes you see things from one perspective. When you go out, you tend to have mixed views, which helps your brain perform even better. You get to write not just for writing's sake but in a relatable and realistic manner. Writing is about connecting ideas to create beneficial information.

Going out helps your brain store information, ideas, and scenes that come to play while you write; this happens in general human life, but as a writer, I have to go out; it's part of my routine, and it's what drives me to come home and process even better. I enjoy the moment and get refreshed to be able to write better and be more expressive. There are lots of writing tips online that you can benefit from, but one that I came to see as the most practical is going out more. You don't have to travel or go to riversides only; riversides are good when you want to process your writing or produce those words, but in order to do that, you have to see things; your brain has to capture moments. So when sitting at the riverside, what gives you inspiration isn't the riverside; it plays a role in helping you focus, but it's the information you have gathered from interacting and connecting with the world.

I hope you find this article helpful.



  1. I couldn't agree more. There is inspiration everywhere if you look!


  2. Good tips! ♥


  3. Você está certa, gostei muito do post bjs.

  4. Anonymous4/18/2023

    So many great tips! I get a lot of inspiration just when I'm outside for a walk or run. It just clears my head and gets my mind going!


  5. I completely agree! Thanks for sharing your perspective!


  6. I like post very much. I agree,

  7. Agreed! My brain can fool me into thinking that my introvert self is really happy at home, but your body and brain need movement and new stimulation m

  8. You are right. It is good to change our routine and going out can be the perfect way to do it.

  9. I think that is 100% true in your tips.

    I also had a really good Easter. :)

    All the best.

  10. I really found this post helpful, Melody! Especially after being in a bit of a rut, mostly because of a lot of family stuff happening and it's really hard when you're just in the same spot trying to make yourself focus. This is an awesome post!

    Make Life Marvelous

  11. Great tips. Thanks for sharing.

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