writing reflection

writing reflection - Writing does not come naturally to...

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Writing does not come naturally to most people; every work of literature is a work of art, but it was not easy to create. Writing is a process, and to become great at writing one must be always ready to take criticism positively, and apply it to work to improve the work. Higher education is a great place to improve writing skills due to the wide range of writing styles, writing techniques, and professors that can be learned from. In the past few months, my writing has improved considerably. The improvements in my writing have emerged, for the most part, from the constant writing I have done and the criticism I have received. The most important part of writing is personal satisfaction, but following close behind is how others respond to it. These responses have, at different times, raised my confidence, brought me down, and inspired me to write with more style. During my stay at Colby-Sawyer thus far, I have learned many new grammatical rules that I had not considered before. I have also learned many new methods of writing
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