Imagine this situation: it’s 2 am, you are sitting at your desk with a notebook or a laptop, checking the time every five minutes and wondering whether you have enough time to meet the assignment deadline.
Well, there is nothing to be ashamed of. Most people are likely to have problems writing at one point or another. Let’s be honest: constantly thinking about the deadline and spending hours creating the title of your assignment are clear signs of stumbling into the infamous writer’s block. Your progress slows down, you become more and more anxious. And the more anxious you are, the harder it is to pick up the pace.
Have you ever had a frustrating experience like this? Well, rest assured, you will never have to go through this again because we have come to your rescue.
How exactly are we going to help you leave all that unpleasantness in the past? By sharing with you our trusty infographic with 15 super-helpful tips and techniques!
As it happens, while some people rarely have a problem putting sentence after sentence on the page at a remarkable speed, most of us need some help. How can we get our act together and quicken our writing speed? Sure, some of it has a lot to do with pure physical exhaustion, but much of it is in our mind.
The issue you have to tackle to get better at writing is twofold. First, we tend to neglect our body when consumed by intellectual work. We can spend hours sitting at our desk without realizing that by reducing physical activity to the bare minimum, we starve our brain which depends on good blood circulation.
Think about it: what could be easier than to stand up and move a little to facilitate thinking more clearly?
Second, there is the fact that you should pay attention to your brain, too. While your immediate assignment comes first in your priorities, your brain needs you to change what you are doing from time to time. Even playing a simple game can be extraordinarily beneficial for brain activity.
Isn’t it great to unwind and recharge your brain at the same time?
As you can see, these tips are pretty simple and don’t make you go to great lengths to write faster. Obviously, there are countless guides and even books devoted specifically to helping people write faster. What makes our infographic so helpful, though, is the fact that it contains tips which are easy to follow and don’t take much of your time.
So, why wait? Scroll down and take a look at our infographic to boost your writing speed today!