overcoming writer’s block

This is a guest post by Karol K from Online Business Design blog.

“Plumbers don’t get plumber’s block.”

… I’m sure you’ve heard that before… Every blogger/writer had. It probably even makes you feel a little depressed when you hear it… Plumbers don’t get plumber’s block. Drivers don’t get driver’s block. Bakers don’t get baker’s block. Teachers don’t get teacher’s block. Are you the only creäture in the universe with a block?

Surely not the only one. There’s the government and 100% of politicians that share the same problem, but anyway, today we’re discussing bloggers and writers.

So let me tell you why writers are so prone to having a block. First of all, this is nothing to be ashamed of. It just happens, once in a while. Like spilling milk, or losing keys to your car.

The main reason is that writing is one of those creativity-heavy activities. It’s not something you can do just like that without being in the right state of mind. Creativity can’t just be called upon or summoned… like ordering a pizza, for example. There’s no pill for improving your levels of creativity.

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This is a guest post by Peter Garety sharing us how we can keep our blog updated with fresh content in case we are struggling from writer’s block. Do make a visit to his Auto Traffic Avalanche blog.

The dreaded condition called writer’s block comes every so often, even to the most experienced of bloggers.

The words just won’t flow no matter how hard you stare at your computer screen with your fingertips posed over the keyboard or hold your pen against the surface of your legal pad.  🙂

The drought of words simply happens every once in a while, and when that drought occurs, the spell could last days, even weeks.

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