#WhyIWrite — I answered questions, made lists, reflected on my reading, and held conversations. I wrote that chapter about my teaching life called “Shut Up!” (Thank you in advance @lester_laminack.) I write to learn. I write to wonder. I write to celebrate. #NationalDayonWriting
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I write to record my thinking
I write to note interesting research.
I write to show love.
I write to remember.
I write to pack away memories for later.
I write to organize myself, my belongings, my world.
I write to communicate with my peers, my students, my friends, my family.
I write to tell my stories.
I write to direct others.
I write to add enjoyment to my life.