Re-write, re-write, and re-write. Tear every sentence apart and analyze it. Does it flow? Is it passive or active? The best writers use an active writing voice as much as possible. So instead of saying: “She picked up the pencil,” say instead, “She grabbed the pencil.” Don’t sweat it if it seems to take a century to create something good, that’s how you learn. And with experience the writing process becomes easier. Promise.
I think that is a great tip, because we children hate to re-write, re-write, and re-write. We like to things aside till the last minute. As she said grab the pencil don’t pick up the pencil! You should do what your told when to you’re told to! So you won’t have to worry about weather or not you have done it.