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Have you ever wanted to learn how to get started on writing—even if you don’t consider yourself a writer? Did you know that writing down your thoughts and feelings can help you not just psychologically, but also physically? Are you interested in discovering why reading srdawkcab can make you a better proofreader?

Here you will find a smorgasbord of fascinating articles assembled just for you by the experts at JamBios. We’ve got academically supported research about different types of writing; instructions on how to edit your own work without wanting to smash your head on your keyboard; and much, much more in the works.

It all starts below. Read on!

How do I start writing?

It’s an age-old question—how do you write? There’s lots of writing advice out there, but much of it is geared toward those who are already experienced writers. Maybe you think of yourself as a writer, but you’ve got writer’s block; maybe you want to write, but you don’t know where to start; or maybe you think you’re not good at writing. However you’re feeling, our 10 simple writing tips are here to help.

How can writing help me?

Studies have shown that writing can have many physical, mental, and emotional benefits. When you write freely about what you think and feel, that’s called expressive writing—or therapeutic writing. Here, we’ve assembled 6 ways that writing can have a positive impact on your thinking, your health, and your life. So if you’ve ever wondered how writing can make your life better, let’s get started!

How can I express myself using writing?

If you’ve read about expressive writing or writing as therapy, then you know about the many ways that writing can help you. You don’t have to think of yourself as “a writer” to learn how to write out your thoughts and help calm your mind. Whether you write to learn how to say what you feel, or you write to express your emotions privately, you can use these handy guidelines to start writing today.

How do I proofread?

Sometimes it’s difficult to effectively proofread your own work. Especially if it’s something you wrote yourself—a paper, an article, an essay, emails—it can be a challenge to gain enough distance from the piece to find any spelling and grammar mistakes in it. If you’re in the middle of the editing process and you need help, here are some tips and tricks to help you proofread better.