Tuesday, January 22, 2013

How To Write Nothing

Welcome to another Tuesday How-To.
I've decided to dedicate my Tuesdays to sharing my knowledge with the world. We all have something to share, and so here are some instructions on how to do the things I know how to do.
Writing Nothing is something I'm very good at, and with a four simple steps, you can be too!

Step 1: Check your email.
This may seem like a simple task that takes maybe 5-10 minutes of your day. But, if you're like me then you can draw out this process throughout the day, checking back every couple minutes or so to see if you have another email.
Step 2: Log into Facebook. Read all messages. Look at each red flag thingy. Then proceed to scroll down the feed page over and over again until you're sure you've seen every post. Occasionally update settings, profile, and status. Comment on photos and videos, and "Like" the things you don't want to read other comments about.
Step 3: Pick a book off your shelf and begin reading. Continue reading until you have completed the entire book.
Step 4: Search on the internet for items you dream of possessing. Amazon is a good place. So is Mountain Hardwear. Be careful with this one or you might just end up draining your bank account, too.

By the time you're finished with each of these steps, it's likely time for bed.
Congratulations, you've now mastered the art of Writing Nothing!

Please add a comment if you have ideas for more steps to include in this process.

Write on!

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