“A good writer is born not a development.” Improvement in writing skills will not happen in a day. This requires constant effort. But once you adopt it, it is yours. These simple tricks will help you improve your writing skills easily and quickly:

Write every day:


As the saying goes “Practice makes perfect. Whether you are writing for the first time, or are a famous writer, write everyday. A new piece or just a few lines. This will get you into the habit of writing and you will naturally start writing more efficiently. The best way to improve is a pen and paper or sit in front of your computer and actually write. Be honest and say whatever you want to say. Originality and simplicity are important. Gradually you will become better at the art of expression through words. All you have to do is express yourself in words. Do this consistently and see if you feel comfortable doing it. Start writing and publish. The most famous writers also started with a small aspect.

Expand your vocabulary:

To express yourself clearly, you need a good and active vocabulary. It is not only able to recognize a lot of words but is also able to use them correctly. Aim to learn at least 10 new words everyday. That means 3650 new words per year. Always keep learning. You must know how to spell those words correctly. Misspelling changes the meaning of your sentence. Having a detailed vocabulary is important to being a successful writer. However, there is a fine line between using intelligently chosen words and listening to the reader with large and unnecessary vocabulary.

Reading books:

Just like we say that listening is closely related to speaking, reading is closely related to writing, so our tip for improving your writing would be to read as much as you can. This will help you improve your vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, and you will find that there are many different ways of communicating ideas.
By reading more you will learn how to write in different genres. You will uncover new ideas that you may never have thought of. Do not limit yourself to reading. Read blogs, scientific articles, business books, nonfiction, fiction, or anything else that challenges your way of thinking and exposes you to new styles of writing. Aim to read at least one thing daily that is outside your comfort zone. When you come across words or expressions that you cannot understand, underline them and look at them after completing your reading formula.

Get rid of distracting things around you:

It is necessary to fight laziness and fear of writing. If you want to write the best quality content, then you need to remove the distracting things.
Put your phone on silent and deactivate all the information on your computer so that you don’t get disturbed in the middle of a writing session.
Not only will you become more proficient, but the quality of the content you are writing will improve. Everyone has different amounts of free time, but try to do at least 30 minutes of writing practice every day. In this way, you will develop a schedule and will not quit writing due to your laziness. When you feel you can’t write anymore, take a break, go to the gym, go out and socialize, or take a nap. You will feel refreshed and may try to write again.

Start a blog:

Improving your writing is like learning any new skill – you have to practice and you have to try to get feedback. For this, it is necessary to have a platform to showcase your writing skills. Start a blog, and write about whatever comes to your mind everyday. You can use this blog and send it to other authors so that they can tell you their views. Be sure to structure your blog properly. Use proper grammar and spacing. Write in paragraphs and do not use abbreviations. Let your blog speak about your writing talent. Always focus on improving what you write and review your own work.
If it is very difficult to maintain a blog, then try to keep a diary. Start by writing the original lines and put whatever comes to your mind on the page.

Modify and edit:

You are writing every day and you are feeling more confident about your work, now you are becoming your harshest critic. Editing is a difficult skill for early writers to learn, as they place the utmost importance on the time and effort put into writing in the first place. However, a lot of the writing is actually rewriting. After you finish writing, always modify and edit. Exclude unnecessary words and lines. In many cases, shorter sentences can have more impact. Think that you are really a reader and not a writer and then review your work. You should definitely take the time to write as well as complete and edit your work, and make sure that your writing is correct or not:

When trying these techniques, remember that patience is sweet.