Today I went to wash my hair and actually looked at the Ingredients to find out something. As I was reading it I decided to write like the back of the bottle of a Dandruff Shampoo bottle. Here is my writing for today:
DRUG FACTS-Active Ingredient
WRITING FACTS: The Active Ingredient is the original Content that You Write!
USE: Helps prevent recurrence of flaking and itching associated with dandruff.
WRITING USE: Helps prevent a cluttered mind
Helps prevent _________________of ______________and _________________with writing.
Helps prevent repetition of mistaking and remaking of the decision making in writing your book, story, article or what have you.
Warnings: For external use only.
WRITING WARNINGS: For Writers Only.
When using this product: Do not get into the eyes, If occurs, rinse eyes with water.
When using the writing for Publication: Do not forget to edit, edit, edit. Or hire one!
Stop use and ask a doctor if condition worsens or does not improve after regular use as directed.
Stop use of writing if it becomes un-fun, stressful, or downright work.
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help.
- shake well
- Wet hair
- Shampoo into scalp
- Rinse repeat
- Take Breaks
- Go watch Television
- Make a writing collage
- Write something new
- Convince with conceit
INACTIVE INGREDIENTS: sodium lauyl sulfate etc….
The purpose of your writing is to establish visibility showcase your expertise and build trust. You want to be different, build your audience, and establish an authentic connection with your readers and what they want. It’s important to understand what you’re writing for as this will drive what you say (content), how you say it (tone) and how quickly you need to get to the point (word count). Be clear about whom you want to build a connection with and ultimately what you want them to feel, do and recall after reading your book, article, blog, or what have you.
STEP 1: PREWRITING
· Decide on a topic to write about.
· Consider who will read or listen to your written work.
· Brainstorm ideas about the subject.
· List places where you can research information.
· Do your research.
· Put the information you researched into your own words.
· Write sentences and paragraphs even if they are not perfect.
· Read what you have written and judge if it says what you mean.
· Show it to others and ask for suggestions.
MAKE IT BETTER
· Read what you have written again.
· Think about what others said about it.
· Rearrange words or sentences.
· Take out or add parts.
· Replace overused or unclear words.
· Read your writing aloud to be sure it flows smoothly.
STEP 4: PROOFREADING
MAKE IT CORRECT
· Be sure all sentences are complete.
· Correct spelling, capitalization, and punctuation.
· Change words that are not used correctly.
· Have someone check your work.
· Copy it again correctly and neatly.
SHARE THE FINISHED PRODUCT
· Read your writing out loud.
· Create a book of your work.
· Send a copy to a friend or relative.
· Put your writing on display.
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