The fact that the deadline of my primary project was coming up scared me into trying any process to make my writing better. Obviously what I was doing before to get ideas and write sentences was not productive. Figuring how this new process was going to work was important to me. The first sentence is each paragraph must be intriguing so I went throughout my essay and tried to write captivatingly. I tried to shorten my sentences and write concepts that my readers would find interesting. The mid-paragraph sentences should escalate in intensity, and so going through and organizing my ideas according to importance helped me realize how to fix my writing and make it flow together. I then would make each paragraph end relating back to the thesis, yet not repeating the thesis at the same time. This outlining approach helped me realize what mistakes I was making with focus. Instead of focusing on just one sentences or a strong set of words, I was thinking about the whole paragraph. I feel that it connected my ideas better and made my writing more interesting to read.
The second project also allowed to me to go bad and edit my work. Going over what I had written with a different mindset allowed me to see errors. Upon visualizing the reason why I would make this errors, I could then channel my energy into fixing these mistakes. Especially for the second project's essay, I had to make each paragraph rise in intensity. I was talking about the appeals, but I was not explaining them in an interesting way for my readers. At first it was difficult, but once I rearranged information, it was less confusing. Even as one of my writing fellows suggested, I put some of my introduction into the conlusion and vice versa. I find that my writing is at it's best when I am inspired, and so if I take these inpiring thoughts and emotions and use them to my advantage, I can allow the reader to see my inspiration.