There are some fun, and easy ways to start writing, even if you think you do not have a clue how, or what, to write. Even if you have written for years, and are confident in what you should write, read on. This is fun, and while you are doing this, you might just grow in your joy of writing!
To start getting ideas for your writing, go through facts, brainstorm, doodle, and/or pick out some nice notebooks, pens or pencils, and erasers. When you want to write, you can think of more things to write about then when you make yourself write!
If you have a favorite spot, either in your house or outside your house, think about using it as a place to write. Some people prefer to write around crowds, while others prefer to write in a quiet place. Once you find that place, you may find it easier to write when you know when you go to that place, that that is where you write. In fact, whenever you go you may find yourself itching to pull out that notebook and pen!
Once you have those key aspects figured out, find a time to write. Every day that you can manage, go to that place and write for a set amount of time. Write for at least the amount of time you set, but you can always write more. I know a lot of people prefer to write when they are calm. If you like writing while calm, try having a scented candle, or a hot drink while you write.
What writing materials do you prefer? Pen, pencil, quill, or computer? What do you feel is the most comfortable? The best for you and your lifestyle? Pens can come in a lot of cool colors, and there is all sorts of different styes. If you like pencils, do you prefer mechanical pencils, or the normal wooden ones? And if you prefer computers, you can use different fonts, colors, and sizes to fit your personality. For most of us, quills are not the best choice, but if you are one of those people who can access them, they can be quite cool. Of course, if you chose to use the computer, it is always good to have a notebook to jot things down if you have no access to a computer.
Once you figure out those things, you are pretty much set to go. Just remember that writing is a great journey, one that never really end.