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Hello, friends! No motivation, no ideas, no patience to sit down and write something. When I did sit down in front of WP, for example for our monthly wrap up, it took me three times as long to write something than usual. Good news is, my slump seems to have officially ended, which makes me so happy and I wanted to share this bit of good news with you all.
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Well, everybody knows how to stare on the screen late night hours without any single idea of the contents. There are some moments when you are like: I have nothing to write about for my college essay. The situation gets even harder if the deadline has tough frames and the essay is required like for tomorrow morning. Well, if you don't like writing or you don't know what to write, it can be exhausting, thus you might look for every possibility to avoid it. Like browsing the Internet, mailing packages, whatsoever.
Back in elementary school, I wrote essays. I remember in the 4th grade I wrote a paper on chinchillas. My teacher thought it was a marvelous essay. He photocopied it and had the entire class read it together. Continuing further through my education, teachers always taught the standard essay format; introduction, three body paragraphs, then conclusion.