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7 Ways to Get Inspired for Writing a Research When You Can't Leave the House



The COVID-19 pandemic might have put a temporary stop to the traditional academic system. But, that has in no way reduced the pile of academic assignments or long-term requirements such as the research.

Unfortunately, as opposed to popular opinion, being cooped up at home does not always leave you with more time in your hands. On the contrary, it even diminishes the willingness to get any work done. For college students working on their research, it might be challenging to find the motivation to put their ideas into words.

If you find yourself in such a dilemma, we have a few tips here that might help you clear that writer's block for your research.

1. Seek Expert Help

Yes, it might be impossible to get out of the house. However, there is nothing to stop you from getting your work done online. If you need some help to jumpstart your college research, you can always look for write my essay services online. Popular academic platforms such as https://essayhub.com/write-my-essay can connect you to a dedicated writer who will help you articulate your research ideas into a top-notch paper. You will have no difficulties finding the right person for the job who is an expert in your area of study.

2. Scour the Databases

Libraries are an excellent resource for research writing. Not only can you find relevant resources, but they also present an ideal working ambiance for those who prefer some quiet space. However, when you find yourself relying on the internet for help, it is recommended to look past the Google search tab. There are tons of academic databases that can lead you to an inspiring journal or article. Regardless of your thesis topic, you can find related publications. On the plus side, you do not have to check these books out from the library. You can refer to them right from the comfort of your home.

3. Read Upon Writing

Writing is not an easy task in any way, be it fictional or academic. Oftentimes you find yourself at a loss of words or circling the same concepts. So it is never a bad idea to get some writing tips. One of the best ways to do that is by reading. You might pick up new ideas on how to make a monotonous passage more intriguing and make your writing more concise. On the other hand, you can also read books dedicated to academic writing that will help you polish your composition.



4. Use YouTube

Social media networks, primarily YouTube, are no longer restricted to entertainment alone. You can find tutorials, explanatory videos, and guides on almost every topic under the sun. It is not necessary that you should always read to learn or get inspired. For instance, you can find plenty of inspiration from watching TedTalks. You can even find something useful from the vlogs of other researchers. You only need to make sure that you don't get caught up binging videos, and before you know it, a couple of hours might have already gone by.

5. Back to Basics

Another place to look for inspiration is your old papers throughout your student career. Why not go through your previous college essays and old textbooks? Your research paper is the culmination of everything you have learned. It should reflect your knowledge and insights on the subject. Going through your earlier academic notes might help you strike a new idea or think of a concept differently.

6. Reach Out to Colleagues

You might not be able to set up a meeting with a former colleague or a classmate. But quarantine is a perfect time to check up on people and keep up with their lives. You never know, people can help you in ways you don't expect. The working from home practice has led to many peer-to-peer collaborations in projects and online training. You can work with others not only on your research but with their work as well. This will help you take breaks and give you a focus shift, which brings us to our last point.

7. Give Yourself a Break

It seems that the entire world has been on a productivity marathon during quarantine. However, it doesn't mean that you have to go forward at a pace that doesn't suit you or help you in any way. Instead of comparing your progress with others, focus on your accomplishments. Set targets on how you handle your energy rather than goals. It is natural to feel that you are underachieving when you are at home. But do not let that demotivate you.

Especially for work like research, your brain needs a break from multitasking and time to refocus. Remember that your thesis is only one part of your life. Your health, personal life, and other aspects are equally important as well.

Take lapses, enjoy your time at home, treat yourself, and when you get back to your desk, it is likely that you will have all the inspiration you are seeking right on your mind.










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