Writing About Weather Adventures

by Marjorie J ~ . Filed under: How To Improve Your Writing.

Have you ever heard the phrase “Baby, it’s cold outside”?  It brings up for me lots of cold and sometimes very cold memories. 

I grew up in Montana in the north eastern USA close to the Canadian border.  The coldest I can remember is 70 degrees below zero.  While that might not  be as cold as it gets in your area, in my point of reference it was on the lowest scale of temperatures.  It may have gotten colder, but, that is what I remember as my coldest experience.

Depending on where you live in the world, there will always be a season that is colder so see if you can remember a time and write a story that describes what was happening.  Make your descriptions as rich as you can and add emotions to your details about what you were experiencing. 

These simple writing sessions can add valuable information to your writing skill so encourage yourself to really go for it.  Remember to have fun while you are writing.  Your inner author likes that and is more willing to cooperate with you when you can enjoy what you are doing.