The National Day On Writing

Research has shown a decrease in the number of physician visits, among people who started recording their thoughts on a daily basis. In light of the significance of writing in our life, to draw attention to the remarkable variety of writing w engage in & to help writers from all walks of life recognize how important writing is to our lives, NCTE established October 20 as The National Day on Writing

Writing is a beautiful way of interapersonal communication or self-communication. We can write for ourselves, for others or for anyone or for everyone. It’s a good way of relieving stress and sweep our mind. Writing helps us in exploring and even enhance our communication skills and vocabulary maintenance. It’s a good way to have a record upon every change we are making in our life.

Write thousands of words everyday. Writing each day gives us a time to think carefully and reflect on what we want to achieve the most and develop a clearer and achievable image and plan for that result.

Write because you have a secret fire burning inside you and the only way that you can fan the flames is by sharing your ideas and perceptions, either with everyone or with youself only.