Experience Story: Title Goes Here

The introductory paragraph of an experience story should ease the readers into living the experience vicariously. One could paint the setting by describing the moment or giving out the 5 W’s (What, Where, Why, When and Who).

The supporting paragraphs should further provide context to the setting of the story. Evoke some emotions based on life experiences most people can relate to.

“An experience story is incomplete without looking at other people’s perspective. Try to introduce or bring in a person relevant to the story and directly quote them.”

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The story should end with a quote or a feeling that the readers could take home—having just taken a glimpse through other people's eyes.
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