The 12 Most Frustrating and Difficult ‘Bad’ Writing Habits to Break

Some food for thought here. Don’t let wrong habits destroy your writing.

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1. Not writing down an idea … because 90% of the time you are probably going to instantly, though often temporarily, forget it.

2. Saying “I’ll just write it tomorrow” when there’s absolutely no reason why you can’t just write it today.

3. Using Oxford Commas where Oxford Commas don’t belong (you might work for a company that forbids them, and well, their rules are final).

4. Not writing something because you’re afraid of accidentally stealing someone else’s idea.

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