This Cure Doesn't Work for Everybody
A while ago I could publish hundreds or thousands of words with no difficulty.
Articles, stories, reviews, and travel adventures just rolled onto paper with no effort.
Call it laziness, craziness, or whatever you like. Writing just doesn't get me excited anymore.
New Year's Day I bought some notebooks to see any writing motivation would come along.
Two spiral-springy book things sat resting on a shelf next to the computer.
Some research was done (for a few months) and, finally, I decided to kick the writer's block.
There must be 100 methods writers can use to get their inspiration for writing fired up.
This one sounded like something which might work for me.
Every morning (for the month of March) I forced myself to write 500 words a day.
Most of the time, it was after looking at the news and social networks, early in the morning.
The house is quiet at 4 AM and I can sip my coffee without any distractions.
About halfway through my 500 milliliters of iced coffee, I'd get inspired and write.
"500 words," It really doesn't take lots of effort to write that piece. In a few seconds, I was done.
If you have trouble writing, you might want to try this guy's method. It's not for me.
So, I'm thinking of giving myself another month of rest. Maybe, try something new in March!
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