There are a few things you can do to make essay writing process a little easier. One of these is to thoroughly brainstorm all your ideas before you even write a word.
It can be tempting to just begin your essay and write as you go; either because that's how you've always written essays, or you may be under the mistaken assumption that it saves time as its one less thing to do in the process. However, brainstorming actually opens the gates of creativity, unlocking ideas that may otherwise lay dormant, leading to increased workflow/efficiency.
This is a chance to really let your creativity run wild, before you even think of the structure and dynamics of writing your essay. Trust us, it leads to better writing and faster essays.
Don't hold back when you're doing it either, just get everything in your head down on your idea map, no matter how wacky it may seem...there are no bad ideas at this point. What you should be wary of, is linking ideas together at this stage of the process. This stifles creativity, because as you begin to link one idea to another, you can lose the flow of getting your ideas down, or forget something that could turn out to be great. Just blurt everything out, because once you're done doing that, you can just delete the ones that don't work, don't fit or don't particularly mean anything.
Essay Writer is the perfect platform to allow you to do this, as it allows you to create idea after idea without linking them together. Once you've discarded those ideas that aren't working, you should be left with the ones that do. Only then should you start formulating those ideas into some sort of essay structure.
Brainstorming is a vital part of essay writing, you're missing a trick if you don't. Click here to see how to brainstorm ideas with Essay Writer.