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I often notice how my frustration affects my writing. Like a distorted camera lens, my thoughts become warped. I can’t quite focus. What I write is never quite right in my mind. The internal compass of my mind starts to lose course.
It’s really important to make good thought habits. Not just to get the writing done, but to do it with the right mindset for success. And while there’s a lot of advice out there about the hyper-specific how-to’s, I want to give teen writers (and you) something they might not immediately think about.