How to boost your confidence in 10 steps for writers

I was going to write a post about being unworthy of the liebster award that I was nominated for about a month ago. This morning I woke up thinking, I’m not good enough to be a writer anymore. After all, I haven’t posted anything for a moth. This morning as well, I was told by a quite sophisticated panda that I’m being absurd. I can’t just give up because I have some silly doubts. I have to keep writing or die trying.

*dramatic pause*

Actually, I’d rather not die, but you get the gist. Anyway, here is a blog post by Pleats and Keats, that really did boost my confidence as a writer (right after the lecture I received from a stubborn and loving panda).

Embrace your inner artist and develop writer’s self esteem! It’s an important part of being a confident creative!writing tips

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4 thoughts on “How to boost your confidence in 10 steps for writers

  1. Thanks for passing this along. I agree with all the points. The last two things they should’ve included is to have fun with it and enjoy reading what you wrote (different than being proud of your work). Good luck! And its good to see you back on WP. Also, take my advice with a grain of salt because I’m not a writer, author, or poet. I write what I want to read because I enjoy telling stories and it de-stresses me.

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    • Thank you for your comment! You’re right, enjoying what you write is so important. I forgot it’s why I started writing to begin with, to tell stories that are stored somewhere in my brain. I’m glad to be back 🙂

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  2. Faith LaRocquw on said:

    Always follow your dream, Celine. Most of all love yourself.

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