Hello, Brand new writer so I appreciate your patience. I tried to search the forum but I could not find anything related to this topic. If this is a repeat post, I apologize in advance. I recently started a career in research and it requires me to write academic journal articles, something I am starting to fall in love with. Part of this involves writing a lot of contrasting statements side by side. I noticed this is leading to me overusing the word 'however'. In some cases I was using 'however' in almost every sentence. I tried using other adverbs but quickly realized this does not improve the follow when dealing with contrasting statements. I think part of it is my limited writing style. More specifically, I notice I approach sentences the same way almost every time. I am trying to improve my writing style by really thinking about someone else's writing style when reading. However (I had to use it once), I still find myself falling back into the same patterns time after time. I was wondering if anyone had any other suggestions on the best ways to broaden your writing style. The answer may be simply more practice and more reading however (there I go again), one can hope others have faced similar issues when they were starting out. Let me know. Thank you!