You found my secret page! I'm not big on advice, but, I do have a few tidbits that have been helpful for me, at least.
"We can forgive a man for making a useful thing as long as he does not admire it. The only excuse for making a useless thing is that one admires it intensely." --- Oscar Wilde

The best writing advice I have received1 is: "Don't write down anything you don't believe: it's bad for your brain." This seems obvious: so, why is it helpful? I tend to "buy" that clear writing is clear thinking, and so, returning to this mantra helps sentences, arguments, and thoughts to become more precise on the page. Side effects of this advice include: fewer adverbs, shorter abstracts, punchier intros, and, overall, improved clarity regarding the specific claims/arguments that one is making.

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