What is the best way of writing?

Randy J.
Grateful is a state of mind. I start each day reflecting on the blessings in my life. It always starts with the people I live and those who love me. I am gratified another day and life itself. Daily this changes the teakwood my day for the better. It’s one of the first daily habits I put in place.

Eva Maria Z.
For some people it's physically writing. For others it's writing itself no matter the medium. I think the most effective way is physical. Pen to paper. See your personal touch of letters on a page. It's an extension of you.

Nurul S.
You can be gratefull for everything in youre live that you are happy about
So you can be gratefull for this app or that youre healthy

Britney J.
The best way is whichever one makes you happiest. A ballpoint in a bound notebook, pencil on the back of the kids old homework, your phone notes app, a crayon on toilet paper. This is not an assignment in school. Use the strawberry scented marker if that will make you smile.

Nb N.
There is no right or wrong way to write – but the “best” way is certainly using your own voice and style. It’s what makes every person unique since we all have our own point-of-view in the world.

Just try to be true and authentic to the way you see and experience things and you’re already off to a great start.

Being V.
Find your favorite medium (pencil/paper; digital, or something else) and make it super attractive to *you*. Then start to explore what wants to come out. If you feel better after writing and/or really enjoy what you wrote, then you did an amazing job!

Eli G.
The best way of writing is to know that you’re the only one reading this so let yourself express how you feel in what you write. 🙂

Juliette Z.
The best way of writing is short and sweet. Once you write down all of your initial thoughts or ideas, you can then expand on them and make your writing deeper and more involved.

Thea A.
The best way is by just taking out the pen and paper and writing whatever comes to mind. There’s no wrong way of writing.

Nurul S.
Yes, especially with everything that happens because of the pandemic, or when someone you love gets sick and you lose them. I feel like there’s nothing to be grateful for. I can’t even be grateful for being alive or having a house to live, nothing makes sense anymore. But days go by and it’s just not that way again, you begin to feel gratitude for things once more.

Kevin C.
I just make sure I take 10 minutes. Whether it’s in the morning, during my lunch break or yoga before bed. Everyone can put aside just 10 minutes to do some sort of exercise. You don’t have to go outside. You don’t need equipment. You just need to move. And try and make it something. You enjoy 😊

Nurul S.
At first just make a mind storm. Write everything what's on your mind. Every single mind that is in your head. And then you will be able to concentrate on what do you want to write about. That's it. Then just write. And write it for yourself, without any fear or worry that somebody will read that.

Nurul S.
I want it very much, I want to have good habits, good nutrition, good diet plan, and to have motivation.This ap helped me so much I am so greatful for that girl on tiktok that suggested me that app🤍

Angela V.
I write in cursive because it comes natural to me. I also like to use a small notebook I can carry around so I can walk and write and get into my thoughts

Mattia C.
With a piece of paper, possibly a diary and pens. I use different colours sometimes. When I’m writing about emotions, traumas and generally anxiety provoking past experiences than I just write as a flow of consciousness

Debra U.
The best way to write is from your heart. Write whatever comes to mind, allow mistakes, and go with the flow. Revise when you’re done writing. Dont force yourself to write a whole lot. Even if you only write a little bit, you are progressing in building and exercising a healthy habit. Test which forms of writing you prefer. For an example, I prefer writing by hand or by typing.

Ella J.
With the stretching you are waking up your body, the juices in your body start to flow and you are feeling awake really faster than without a stretch.

Katrina U.
I think the act of writing is the most important so I write everywhere. If I have my phone I make notes if I have my planner I write in there! I will write anywhere

Nurul S.
I do journaling, it helps me to calm my nerves down and also helps me to reflect on the emotions I was going through. Sometimes, I write some random thoughts so that I can analyse it later. You can start with something short like bullet journal and then go for blank page journal where you have all the freedom to write down your thoughts.

Nurul S.
I know it’s hard to be grateful after a long day, the last thing you want to do is try to put on a brave face. What I try to do is think about the things that make me happy. Then realize how I actually have it better than most people, so I shouldn’t be so sad. It’s also a little weird, but I talk to myself and say words of comfort. Because sometimes the person who knows you best is yourself, so only you know the best ways to become grateful.

Hanna Z.
I don’t think there’s a best way. I like to use stream of consciousness writing or to describe fun or challenging aspects of my day to the best of my ability to help myself process the event.

Shiva F.
Just start. Keep my journal in my nights stand drawer and pick it up before going to bed. Clear your mind and write down three things you are grateful
For. What are you excited about or looking forward to. You can do your journaling in the am upon awakening if you like.
Which ever best works for your lifestyle .
I have a note pad too for things that are on my mind or need to get done. Sort of dump my checklist. Gives you a clear mind and a peaceful rest. Then I do my meditation.
Calm app, Chopra.
In the am I do muse and journal after.

Oana T.
I use a notebook with a nice cover. I've tried several apps, but I do not get the same good feeling by writing on my phone. On paper I feel a clear my mind, I sort my thoughts, I unburden myself, all the good stuff that journalling can bring.

Nurul S.
Depends why you are writing. If it is for yourself, than write your thoughts down. The best way? Your own way. Whether that be by journaling, one sentence a day or writing a new book. Unless it is about grammar, writing style and pronunciations. Then check what the right way and form is before hand.

Aniah F.
Physically, I would rather type than write on paper. For the actual words, I believe the best way of writing is to write down like how you think. Write down details and opinions that you have that you wouldn’t normally say out loud because you’ll feel embarrassed.

Shaun T.
I think the best way of writing is to open yourself up to the possibility of seeing anything on the page/phone you are writing on. When we write, we open ourselves up to the things our brain doesn’t want us to know. Usually what we find is that deep truth that we don’t want to admit. Keeping an open and willing attitude about what you may find is the best way to write

Christine Z.
The best way..?…just do it somehow and get those thoughts on to paper…I wouldn’t try for “best”…writing is an art form…so let it messy and creative…no best way..
Best way is the most expressive way…

Nurul S.
In nature! When its raining outside n cool breeze coming in. By the ocean. In the mountains. On your patio. When you can be aline n at peace

Jim J.
In my opinion the best way of writting is with colors eg.highlighters. I find that the softer you press on a page ,the more calmer you are.

Jordan P.
Music and rewards i reward myself after i clean it just keeps me motivated also music kepps you going so yah try that it will do you wonders (things you can do as a reward give your self chocolate whatch your fave show or movie or just take a relaxing bath