This Is How You Lose Yourself In Your Writing

This Is How You Lose Yourself In Your Writing

It is okay to lose yourself in your writing (Especially if you happen to be one of those bloggers who are always in need of articles for their blogs).

In my case, it involves me writing a lot and pushing myself to write even more.

Hey, I ventured into the world of blogging on my own; no one placed a gun to my head and forced me to do it.

Also, I knew exactly what I was getting myself into before I created Renard’s World.

I made up my mind to immerse myself deeply into a digital world where writing never ends.

It Pays Greatly To Always Have Something To Write About

Believe it or not, writer’s block does not exist for me.

And, why is that the case?

Because I always have a lot to say and there is always a lot on my mind β€” the things that are capable of fueling blog posts.

If you are honest with yourself, you would know without a doubt, that there is a lot going on in your mind too.

So, why not put it to good use by writing those thoughts of yours down?

Simply Write And Watch Your Articles Take Shape

Many of us are superb at communication. If we were in a room with some of our closest friends, we would carry on a fluent conversation with them.

Yet, when it is time for people to write an article, they are lost for words.

Crazy, right?

The God’s/Goddess’s truth is that it all has to do with one’s mindset.

The first step is to make up your mind to write.

And, the second step is to write as though you are conversing with a close friend.

Once you can do those two things, your article will take shape (You would be surprised to see what it has transformed itself into).

You Will Have To Do Lots Of Reading

Dear friend, you should not be surprised by the fact that you would have to engage yourself in a lot of reading.

The more information that you can gather about your chosen topic, the better (And, that information can be obtained via reading).

As a matter of fact, when you are not writing, you should be reading.

Anyone who has the desire to write a lot should make up their mind to read a lot (Those two [reading and writing] go well together).

Make A Conscientious Effort To Write Daily

I strongly advise that you should make the time to write daily (By the way, this has nothing at all to do with publishing content on your blog daily; it would be in your best interest to stick to your regular blogging schedule; whether it be publishing content on your blog a few days per week or weekly, etcetera).

Why should you make a conscientious effort to write daily?

Because writing daily will:

  • Help you to improve your writing skills.
  • Help you to write whatever it is that you think about at a much faster rate.
  • Help you to express those thoughts of yours in a refined manner.
  • Help you to develop your own unique style of writing.
  • Help you to create a writing routine β€” a writing habit that will come in very handy the day that you choose to write an article that is based on any topic of your choice.
  • Help you to build your confidence in your ability to write.

Writing daily pays off in the end.

Final Thoughts

As you have learned, it is possible for any blogger to lose themselves in their writing by doing the following things:

  • By always having something to write about.
  • By simply writing and watching their articles take shape.
  • By doing lots of reading.
  • By making a conscientious effort to write daily.

Writing daily will unleash the inner writer in you (So, do it today).



  1. Brenda says:

    Very true, and good advice my friend. 😁 I agree completely with the relationship with reading and writing. It helps develop style and technique – its what I’m always telling my students about their academic writing and I can tell who has been reading and who hasn’t. Reading also helps expand your vocabularies

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    1. πŸ™‚ Indeed!

      Thank you for your valuable input, Brenda.

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  2. vwani says:

    What I like about your writing is your consistency and how you break down ideas for easier understanding.

    Thank you.

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    1. πŸ™‚ You are most welcome, Vwani.


  3. Excellent blog post Renard. Let me tell you what I have learned by reading this article of yours dubbed “THIS IS HOW YOU LOSE YOURSELF IN YOUR WRITING”

    Firstly, I agree that it pays greatly to have something to write about, take my blog for example, I focus on men’s fashion only and It is a vast industry so I always have a lot to say in terms of outfits that suit each men looking at the age, the body size, the fabric and the event suited for that outfit. Secondly, I agree that your writing begins to take shape especially if your are writing daily and write like you are having a chat with your best friend or family. Thirdly, reading , I definitely agree that readers and writers are two sides of the same coin , one cannot live without the other. Lastly, making a consistent effort to write daily does wonders and the process of writing becomes fun in the processπŸ’―πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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    1. πŸ™‚ Thank you for your valuable input, Mthobisi.

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  4. Lucy Thomas says:

    Brilliant advise! I love how frequent your blogs are and how relatable they are.

    There definitely times where my partner has been talking to me and I’ve not heard a word they said because I was in a writing mode! πŸ˜‚

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    1. πŸ™‚ Thank you, Lucy.

      When one is in that creative zone, one tends to shut out all outside interferences (Spouses included).

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  5. Sadje says:

    I note down any ideas I have for a post in a draft. That helps when I sit down to write

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    1. πŸ™‚ That is wonderful to know, Sadje.

      Thank you for reading and commenting, my friend.

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      1. Sadje says:

        You’re welcome

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  6. Victoria says:

    “Writing daily” — such good advice, Renard. Just get started…you never know where your thoughts will take you! 😊😊😊

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    1. πŸ™‚ Thank you for voicing your opinion, Victoria.

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  7. I love how you mentioned the reading part. Learning from other people and sources helps enhance our own writing.

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    1. πŸ™‚ Thank you, Sara.

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  8. vesnab7 says:

    Couldn’t agree more! Great article, Renard!

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    1. πŸ™‚ Thank you, Vesna.

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  9. helenblunden says:

    Writing is continual practice and improvement. I’m trying my hand at writing more creatively. Less perspectives from my own point of view and more from characters I make up. It’s been an interesting process questioning who they might be, how they may act and how to write them out.

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    1. πŸ™‚ Thank you for sharing that with me, Helen.


  10. Great post, I’m excited to read more

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    1. πŸ™‚ Thank you, Aaron.


    1. πŸ™‚ Thank you!

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