Not only are they a big reader draw amongst students, but they are also easy and fun to write. Draw lessons from personal experience. Don't make any judgments. Capture Your Ideas Now that the wheels are turning and you find your ideas presenting themselves to you throughout your day, the trick is to capture each one.
Put your unique spin on a topic. Try keeping your notepad handy whenever you are reading magazines and newspapers or watching TV.
Share quotes from famous books or tips for budding writers. So here are some topics to write about for school essays, journals, newspapers, or magazines.
There are so many interesting stories that are waiting to be told. A Cultural Detour Harvard In its Magazine, Harvard dedicates several articles to arts and culture, history, cuisine, and natural beauty of Cambridge, Boston, and beyond.
Revisit what you have jotted down once the romance of the idea has lessened and you can judge the idea on objective merit.