3 Easy Ways To Get Rid Of Writers Block, A Bloggers Perspective
We all get it and it all happens to us at one point or another no matter who you are as long as you are a writer then yes be sure and guaranteed writers block is something that you will eventually get if you have not already.
This post will highlight, without going too much into detail the on way you can COMPLETELY get rid of writers block! Resources on more tips and strategies will be provided at the end of the post.
Now lets get started……
The Freestyle Method
I am writing right now and typing with almost absolutely no notion of how the structure of this post will look like once i am done.
The key here is just too keep typing and keep going.
What ever comes to mind no matter how silly, or stupid or irrelevant you may think it is, just keep typing/writing. You will be surprised at just how much you have to say without knowing what to say.
Once you have finished you post leave it, do not bother with grammatical errors or misspellings and come back to it later.
You will be surprised at what happens when you come back the next day to correct it. ideas will be flying left right and center.
The Research Method
Now this is a pretty easy one to do. Without know what you looking for or what you want to write about go to any search engine and type in any word that comes to mind and end by saying BLOG POST at the end of it as shown in the example below:
As I was writing this post I was chatting with a friend of mine and a fellow blogger who magically sent me this
which brings me to my last and final point.
The Question-Answer Method
This is a very full proof way to ignite your creative juices by going to answers.com and places like yahoo! Answers especially where you will find loads of people looking for answers to almost anything that you can think of!
One place that a lot of writers seem to neglect. This can be a saviour for you just as it has been for many writers, online especially!
The Biggest Contributor to Writers Block
The biggest contributor to writers block is over thinking it. The moment you tell ask yourself “Now what should I write about” the process that will have you frustrated and pulling out your hair has already began to take place.
Instead tell yourself “I AM GOING TO….” This is such a powerful statement.
“I am going to write about whatever comes to mind or whatever I can find.”
Thank you for reading, as always if you have any other tips and tricks you think you can add please do comment and share.
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