Weed + Wryte: Sativa Meets an Outline

The WEED: Glass House Farms - Super Silver Haze, Sativa.

The WRYTE: Wryte Anything with a dope OUTLINE.


With an outline, You Can Write Anything!

Most people quit their projects halfway through because they fail to elaborate on their ideas and expressions before beginning. Smack in the middle, writer's block usually settles in and, writers run out of things to say. However, this is a mind f**k and you should be celibate from starting any written works without creating a full-proof OUTLINE... and, of course you spark up second.

On the flip side, many writers understand the importance of an outline and wish to use them but don’t know how to write one that actually benefits their writing process. So… I’m breaking it down for you this week on Weed + Wryte. Now, let's get LYT!


This week I puffed, puffed, and didn't pass ('cause I smoke alone) a joint of Super Silver Haze, sativa, made by Glass House Farms (available on Blaze on Demand via Weed Maps). If you live in West Hollywood, you already know the vibes when it comes to Blaze delivery-- However, this was my first time smoking such a smooth sativa that kept me up, yet cool, calm, and collected. I felt a little more relaxed than I wanted to be; but, the high allowed me to successfully create a thorough outline for my entire blog, to keep me on a consistent schedule.

The strain had a nice citrusy smell and the hit wasn't harsh at all. So, if you want to feel happy and mellow, I suggest you roll a spliff of this and grab a pyn to jot your thoughts.


Writing an Outline

When setting out to complete a project, be sure to break all your ideas down into parts and create a mini story that you can follow along with from beginning to end.


If you're an artist planning to release a music video, you should outline all your scenes, including looks, from jewelry to hair and makeup. If you're an author, you should breakdown your chapters and fully develop your characters-- down to their their pet peeves, even.


Bloggers, decide what you would like to express in your articles and the type of vibe you want to give your audience. Publicist, same deal. Decide your client's image and write their press releases based on who they expect to show up as. Do not pitch to platforms you don't agree with or aren't fond of.


A successful outline will ensure that you are able to finish your entire written piece with a saucy flow, full of substance.


Include a timeline in your outline so you can break up the writing load and take the stress off of your shoulders, allowing you to be as creative as you need to be.


Separate your timeline by sections (Beginning, middle, end) and, especially, fill the middle section with enough details because most people feel they run out of ideas before they get to the end.... and never finish.


An outline should be used as a writing guide as you go, making it the most important part of the process. Without one all your ideas will need to come off of the top of your dome. And, trust me, it is soooo easy to be distracted that way.

I usually have a hard time finishing my work when things are not clear and concise. When I sit down to work, I get distracted so easily if I do not have steps laid out for my projects. It is easy to forget details if they aren't written down and it makes me feel like I want to start all over when I remember deatils too late.

Setting Up Your Outline

Here is a great way to set up your outline,


Characters: Title:

Name: Point 1:

Age: Point 2:

Ethnicity: Point 3:

Personality: Sources:

Problems/situations: Intentions:


Intro:

i.

a.

b.

c.

ii.

a.

b.

c.


iii.

a.

b.

c.


Chapter 1/Article Point 1

i.

a.

b.

c.

ii.

a.

b.

c.


iii.

a.

b.

c.


Outro/Article Conclusion

i.

a.

b.

c.

ii.

a.

b.

c.


iii.

a.

b.

c.


Timeline:

Article deadline

Find sources/Reseasrch by (this date)

Write paragraphs (x,y,z) by (this date)

Introduction deadline

Chapter x deadline

Chapter x deadline

Conclusion Deadline


Tailor your outlines however you may need to and make them work for your projects. Goodluck. I hope this helps you get a solid start on your work and helps you overcome writer's block and distractions so that you can actually finish your projects.

Holla!


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