There are many articles out there with tips on how to be a better writer; so much that sooner or later every tip feels recycled. Thought Catalog released an article from one of its contributors who wrote a list of 33 tips for writers; the difference between this list and others is the more unconventional advice the author gives.
“Be honest” and “Don’t be afraid of what people think” are the typical pieces of advice you hear. “Break the laws of physics” and “Bleed in the first line” are not the typical pieces of advice you hear. I expect most of these are to be taken tongue in cheek, but they’re good pieces of advice, nonetheless.