Hey Sparkle Writers, what do you think of today’s topic? We absolutely agree!
One thing writers over time have struggled with and present writers still struggle with is critics.
No matter how much we advise, some people may never know how to handle critics well. It’s okay. There’s no hard and fast rule to it anyway.
It is still a struggle for some writers to write their sincere and truest feelings because of the fear of what people will say. There are some people who write beautifully and just before they click publish they either completely delete the post or edit so bad that it doesn’t look like the original because they are not ready to face the comments.
But there’s one place you can write without criticism and restriction- Your Journal.
You don’t need anyone’s approval to keep a journal. You don’t need anyone to mark your ideas as good or important before after you write.
Use your journal to test out your wild ideas. You can shape them into more presentable suggestions when you edit.
But then again, maybe it’s better to be unreasonable.
You’ll never know if you don’t let your thoughts roam aimlessly on paper.