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writing warm-ups | patter on 2013-11-22
pomodoro, might serve as a writing warm-up for some people. It’s certainly what you see advocated as a kind of universal panacea for all manner of academic writing issues, but it really isn’t suitable for everything. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach for academic writers and academic writing tasks. But I have heard of people writing about their current state of mind and/or things that they are thinking about for ten or so minutes before they begin to write, just as a way of clearing their mind. And it’s not uncommon for people who run journal writing workshops to begin by asking people to write about the five topics that they think are possible journal articles and why, and then go from there.
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