We got to go outside and peer review our essays. It was nice to get a change in scenery. I wanted to have a full eight pages for people to edit, but I wasn’t able to write as much as I hoped. I know we talked about how “writer’s block” is not really a real thing earlier in the class, but now I am starting to think that it’s a lie. I sat down multiple times for long periods and tried to write my essay, but nothing seemed to be coming to me. What I needed out of peer review was for my readers to tell me what I could add to my essay would make it more clear about the point that I am trying to prove. Also, I wanted to see if anyone had any ideas on what I could add from DeSalvo into my essay. I have a Pennebaker paragraph in there, but I have no idea where to go with DeSalvo. Everyone seemed a little stumped on the relationship between Pennebaker, DeSalvo, and my essay, but I did get help with other things that I could add to make my essay longer. It is easier for an outside person that doesn’t know about meditation to give ideas because they aren’t the one writing the paper. As usual, peer review was very effective in my mind.