HAWMC, health activist writer's month challenge

Writing Style

I don’t know, I guess I don’t really have what I would consider a writing style. I write like I think, which means sometimes things don’t make sense. I usually go back and edit them for clarity, which helps.

Sometimes I think that I should have been an English teacher or something. I cannot stand bad grammar, and am always embarrassed at typos and mistakes on my blog.

I think that my writing reflects my scatterbrainedness (see above), my fondness for creating new words, and my desire to show what my life is really like. I use a lot of humor to break up drama or sadness, because I can’t handle emotions very well – I never have been able to. And I use quirks in my personality as strong points in what I write.

This is one of the posts that I had a hard time to really write, since I don’t have a style. I just want to be an accessible person who can help others on the paths of their illnesses and help raise awareness as well. However I have to write to accomplish that, I will do so.

Pretty sure that last sentence is horribly incorrect grammatically but whatevvvvvs.

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