Specific detail to create a complete picture for the reader; times, dates, geographical locations, etc.
Look at this example for specific detail:
“In the winter she sewed night after night, endlessly, begging cast-off clothing from relatives, ripping apart coats, dresses, blouses, and trousers to remake them to fit her four daughters and son. Every morning and every evening she milked cows, fed pigs and calves, cared for chickens, picked eggs, cooked meals, washed dishes, scrubbed floors, and tended and loved her children.In the spring she planted a garden once more, dragging pails of water to nourish and sustain the vegetables for the family.In 1936 she lost a baby in her sixth month
Transitions are connecting words or phrases that help link events in time, enabling narratives to flow smoothly.
Chronological transitions include words like, first, second, next, then, later, at the same time, meanwhile, immediately, soon, before, earlier, after, afterward, now, finally.Also use specific time markers like dates.