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  1. Dear Nnamdi,

    This was a great article. Actually, surprisingly it was something I really needed to read through since I was “under the weather” lately on writing content for my website since I paid too much attention/focus on my Plug-Ins more than actually investing my valuable time writing something worthwhile and creative for my audience. Content as you say must be engaging, social, and very interactive with the reader. Lately, I think I have become a tad bit boring with my writing skills as I am more enthusiastic when I talk rather than write about it.

    Thanking you,
    ~Angel

    • Thank you Angel for finding this post helpful. Just try to remain focused by taking care of yourself and also follow the principles of writing, and you will be fine. Please do visit again, and if you need any help with anything just holler at me, OK?

  2. It is really amazing how much not taking care of yourself can really affect everything you do.

    I never really thought about it when it comes to writing. Most of the time we just think of it affecting our physical abilities rather than the mental ones as well.

    I will have to start watching what I eat and see if certain foods affect my mental abilities. I already do this when lifting for my physical abilities.

    Thanks for the tips!

    • Hello Travis, fruits and veggies are hardly mentioned in writing business, which is not ought to be. Because, when you are writing, you are using the creative mind of yours to do that, and if your mind and brain do not get adequate nourishment and exercise they will fail you.

  3. Matt

    Hi Nnamdi. As an online business owner myself, I always find it easiest to write website content after I exercise, as you’ve mentioned above. Taking that initial step of being active & productive really allows me to settle down and focus on my writing afterwards. It’s also important to just write like you’re talking to your friends and be personable. Many bloggers don’t realize that the grammar doesn’t need to be perfect. Take care!

    • Hello Matt, thanks for sharing that with us. Now, you have attested that writing for you is a lot easier after exercising. That is good to know, and I hope others will follow that pattern.

  4. Some very good ideas here. I’ll try some of them next time I need to write a blog.

    Could you make your pictures a bit bigger/bolder? As they tend to get lost amongst so much text.

  5. Hi Nnamdi, WA stresses the fact to write naturally. This comes when you are completely relaxed and focussed on what you have to write. Your article may have have struck a cord here. Cheers, Jerry

  6. hey there amazing read, and so point on when saying you cannot write if your temple(body) is not in working order….. Book marked and will definitely return!!! thanks for the info

  7. Man..Recently I was lacked of sleep and it just killed my mood to write a website content. I hope to read your advice here earlier. Now I will try to take care of myself first from eating healthy food to get enough sleep. I’m positive that I will get back to work once I meet the requirements above 🙂

    • Hello Edy, taking good care of ourselves will us to always be in the right mood for writing articles, and not just any article but a good and quality one.

  8. I noticed that when I write based off my feelings, it gets me in the mood to write. If I’m feeling upset or frustrated, I’ll find an opportunity that is truly no good and talk about everything that’s wrong with that company because in a way it helps me express my bad feelings and my writing ends up coming out really natural.

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