How to Write Like a Badass: Part 4.
Laura Thomas

Aw, this is beautiful! I remember how hard it was for me to write my first piece at work when I knew that I would have an esteemed, academic audience that would undoubtably provide critical feedback. It is very difficult to write comfortably in that type of environment. But, since writing is such a pivotal component of modern day communication, it matters. Personally, practice was the only thing that gave me more confidence in delivering my professional pieces. On the contrary, I value the time I take to write for myself in my own space to a completely different degree. An experience with my personal writing space is like staring straight through my soul lol. No one would understand that until I start to share, but I feel a faint disconnect with my work the moment I share it with anyone. It’s kind of weird, now that I think about it on a grander scale. I find the vulnerability of sharing anything personal with anyone to be pretty uncomfortable lol.

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