3 Simple Ways I Stay Inspired As A Writer

3 Simple Ways I Stay Inspired As A Writer

My Writing Inspiration
  

Most readers are driven by curiosity to find out what inspires a blogger to write. It is a normal reaction for people to burn with curiosity to find out the source of inspiration – the power or the engine that causes someone to blog every day. As for me, there are 3 simple ways I stay inspired as a writer. 

Writing Academic Research Papers

It is easy to shrug off influences that have infiltrated our way of writing. I am 100% convinced we have bearings from our past experiences and I am no exception. I have spent a great chunk of my life learning. I have travelled the learning route from my childhood up to adulthood. This is the time I left conventional learning to leap on another platform of learning – the workplace learning.

My background in studying Sociology and Social History has a direct bearing on my writing. I have developed a keen interest on issues around migrants and their settlement in areas they eventually stayed, an area I am currently working on. Hopefully, my works will get published.


We all probably learned how to write essays including writing Literature Reviews the time we were at school. Most of the time I blog I tend to write from lived personal experiences. I know how nerve-wracking it is to sit an exam. This inspired me to write Exam Writing Tips.

Writing for Business

My professional background lies heavily on the administrative side with a blend of some research projects. This has given me a flair for writing education papers covering writing for business.

Business writing for business requires a writing style which matches business language to its proper format. This is where the idea of writing Tips To Write A Perfect CV.

Writing for business also covers:

  • Writing marketing texts
  • Writing mission statements
  • Writing Press Releases
  • Writing speeches
  • Writing for the digital market.
  • Writing memos
  • writing reports
  •  writing proposals
  • writing letter letters

Writing News Stories

I had a very exciting but brief stint in news sub-editing. This is the time I learned how to write news stories plus news sub-editing.

WHY DO PEOPLE CHOOSE WRITING?

People choose the pathway to write for various reasons. Some write for money. Freelance writers and bloggers come to mind. The difference is that a freelance writer gets paid for a piece of work or writing an article on someone’s website. 

Someone who blogs for a living becomes an entrepreneur. They create and build their very own blog for a living. Some people are activist and find writing a way to further their interests.


The million dollar question that almost every writer has asked at some point is ‘How do I start to write.’ I strongly believe for you to write you must take action. Begin to write. Once you start to write keep on writing as much as you can, writing continuously and consistently. You get better with more experience at the job and the exposure your writing gets leading to feedback and further improvements.  

What to Write About?

 
As the East is from the West, so vast are the niches you can write in. Educational qualifications are not a prerequisite to becoming a writer. Your commitment and  your ability to meet your goals will make you succeed. 

If you choose the training route the doors are open. There are many writing courses you can enrol. Some of them are delivered free of charge. Check out How To Access Online Best Writing Courses.

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4 Comments to “3 Simple Ways I Stay Inspired As A Writer”

  1. Tracy says:

    Thank you for this refreshing post. I think it is true to say that everyone is a bit embarrassed initially to come out and say ” I am a writer “…
    However, as you say, if you have a pen and paper and you can write done your thoughts, knowledge, up -to – date news stories, or whatever… then you should have the courage to come and proudly call yourself one. You become a writer the day you first write it all down…

    1. Femia says:

      Thank you so much, Tracy, for taking your time to leave a comment.
      You can say that again. A writer becomes a writer the moment he puts his thoughts on paper.
      I believe we are not born writers but it gets better with the passion we have for writing.
      Also, coupled with self-belief.

  2. Chaka says:

    I enjoyed reading your post. Thank you for sharing what inspired you to write. It puts everything you’ve written on this blog into context.
    What inspires me to write is the burden to pass on the way I grew up and the way things were done in my society – where I was born, raised and grew up. This inspired me to write my book entitled Growing Up In A Katanga Society.
    What genre do you think my writing is in?
    Once again thanks for sharing.

    1. Femia says:

      Hello, thank you so much for sharing what inspires you to write.
      That is a good cause indeed to pass on knowledge. Writing plays a very important role in our everyday lives to inform, educate and entertain.
      Writing about how things were done in your society is classified as nonfiction because you will be talking about real events or real things that used to be practised.
      Your novel falls under Nonfiction writing.

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