Professionally, I have written numerous articles that have been published in various therapy journals.Additionally, I have an accounting degree and love the world of business and have taught entrepreneuring classes to both adults and children.
Using the stream of consciousness is a great way to begin practising the craft of writing as well as establishing a writing routine.
Motivation is really important and before you begin I suggest you read this article about When I was using the stream of consciousness method I certainly didn’t give too much too much conscious thought to planning, making dramatic decisions, or choosing a theme.
I say ‘found myself’ because I tended to sit down and write using the stream of consciousness method – which is literally writing whatever comes into your head and following your train of thought wherever it goes.
This is great at first and I would certainly urge you to do this in the beginning.
I feel I can share some of what I have learned with you.
When I first started writing I found myself writing serious pieces.In this section, I've provided a variety of printable templates and tips to guide children through making up their own stories.I suggest trying different approaches throughout the year to help the children discover what methods work best for them. Themes can help readers of all ages connect to a story on a personal level.Most themes are universal and both children and adults are drawn to specific themes at different times of their lives.I learned that is just as important to plan your stories whether you are writing for adults or children. All the information on this site is provided free for you.If you feel you are ready to begin planning your stories you will find some easy ways to do it on I wish you the very best of luck with your writing Grace. All I ask is that if this has helped you – leave a comment, share, or like this page.An occupational therapist by profession, I have been writing for as long as I can remember including for the high school newspaper and possibly even before that.Back then I periodically wrote letters to the editor for the local newspaper; many years later, I am still writing editorials.It seemed fitting that I would teach a Creative Writing Class for Children, a summer program that I designed for motivated children ages eight to thirteen, here in a Big Ten university town.Amazingly, the class is quite effective with the huge age range.