You may never have thought about this, but there are many different kinds of writing voices.
Someone who writes stories easily might struggle mightily with a poem. Someone who rhymes words easily may have a far more difficult time with a short story about visiting their uncle’s Guernsey Goat Farm.
Elves, therefore, recommend this: simply noticing what we like best to write. This little bit of self-knowledge actually helps us to write more confidently in the voice that comes the easiest.
New idea: Ask yourself what kind of writing you like the most and feel the most comfortable with. It is easy to say there isn’t one, so search for a different answer, just one type of writing that you rather enjoy.
Once we do this, we can feel secure that we have one good writing voice. We can then be patient with ourselves when it comes to other kinds of writing. Those will require a little more practice and time.
Different writing voices do come along and gain strength as our experience grows.
(Two tips often connect well, and you may now find this tip helpful! The-Voices-You-Get-For-Free)