Writer’s Block (Or, How I’m Trying To Get My Mojo Back)

Happy Wednesday!

We’ve all be there. Sitting hunched over a notebook or computer, pen/mouse in hand, waiting for anything to pop into your mind, to be able to write it down. But there’s nothing but crickets and tumbleweeds obscuring your imagination.

This can be a daily issue, or something that occurs once in a blue moon.

Writer’s block is one of the worst things that can happen, but the silver lining to it is that some of the best, most creative ideas come out of writers block. Other times, not-so-great ideas can occur, which can frustrate a writer even more.

Writer’s block can include any type of writing, wether it be personal or public, poetry or a short story, writer’s block effects everyone at some point in time?

So, the big question is…how do you deal with it?

I don’t have an answer, but I definitely know you do.

So, gimme your best suggestions on how to deal with writers’ block!

Have a great Wednesday!
xxoo

Chapters 243 & 244: Writer’s Block

Happy Saturday!

Have you ever had days where you want to write something, but you can’t think of anything? You are unable to think of a topic, and you know that if you write something random, it might not turn out well. It’s difficult to come up with ideas for posts, and even though sometimes the best posts are written about little ideas, they can turn out great. 

But the reason I didn’t post yesterday, even though I wanted to, is because I couldn’t think of anything to write about. Every time I went to start typing, my brain froze. It was like my brain was a Popsicle, and even though I wanted to share my thoughts, none of them seemed good enough. 

So today, I thought I’d write about the issue that plagued me yesterday, because maybe the best way to get over writer’s block is to write about it!

What do you do when you have writer’s block? I try to relax, take a break, or Google things that I find interesting. 

Hope you have a great weekend! xxoo

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Chapter 42: Writer’s Block (Essay Edition)

Happy Monday!

Do you ever have those days where you sit down to write an essay, and the second you put pencil to paper…nothing comes out? Your mind simply draws a blank, halting all chances of completing the essay, and frustrating you to no end.

This description is particularly accurate at explaining my current situation. I’ve been attempting to start (and hopefully finish) an essay that is due at the end of the week, with no success as of currently. It’s like my mind has been wiped clean of all essay topic related thoughts and ideas, and instead replaced with a blank slate.

Hope you all have an awesome week (hopefully without any signs of writer’s block!)

xxoo