Freewriting is creating an intentional space for unstructured. This writing is uncensored and has no other purpose than to allow creative, free associative thinking. It’s important that it’s done on paper, to allow the mind-body connection as well as to insure that built-in censors of our computer programs don’t interfere. Silence the critical “eye/I” and […]
- Suffering from writer’s block? Take a break! Try taking a shower or a short walk, then come back to your writing with fresh eyes.
- Avoid burnout! While working on your writing, remember to give yourself a break every once in a while: read something for fun that’s outside of your field or watch […]
The Covid-19 crisis has forced many into new experiences of “working” or “studying” from home. At WEX, all of us have had long-term employment working remotely in digital spaces. As any new work environment can have its challenges, we thought we’d collectively share a few ideas with you. Hope these tips help you and others […]
Like many, I multi-task throughout the day, juggling various responsibilities at the computer. Today, I’m juggling emails, finishing reports, editing texts, and writing this reflection. If I am not careful, a variety of documents stack upon each other on my screen, and multiple internet browsers lie open, tempting me to […]
Like many writers, I spend much time researching and preparing to write, and my office is quickly littered with stacks of books, folders, and scribbled pages. What might appear as disorder is actually a reflection of my exploration and is an essential part of my process. Unfortunately, though, as my desk disappears beneath all my notes, disorganization threatens to undermine […]