You can’t escape the curse that is the notorious, writer’s block. At one point or another, it imprisons a writers ability to compose his fine literary works. Before we get into the nitty-gritty of how to deal with this problem. Here’s a bit of a definition:
Now, since that’s out of the way. Let’s get down to business, how can one overcome a writer’s block.
There’s no specific remedy for it, but there are ways that can help you rekindle your lost sparkle. But there’s no set time as to when you’ll overcome your writer’s block.
Go for a walk
Time to put on your old, dust-catching kicks and go out to greet the great outdoors. Give yourself a little time to catch up with mother nature. Remember a healthy mind has a healthy body.
Try writing in absolute silence
Writing in absolute silence, this just may do the trick. If you’re surrounded by the incessant rambling of children or an annoying roommate who has an obsession with EDM. This is what is hindering you from writing, probably. Go to a library, or the empty room that’s most likely haunted or any other place you may find mental quietude.
A soothing playlist
Music relaxes your mind and helps you think clearer. Head to YouTube, Spotify or SoundCloud and rejoice in the already created soothing playlists which include, instrumentals, piano solos, and calming vocals.
Discuss the plot with a friend
Calling a friend over to help you brainstorm and assisting you in creating a storyline, is quite helpful. You may just get that whiff of inspiration you’ve been waiting for.
Go With What You’ve Got
If nothing works out, just go with what you’ve got. It’s much better than hoping the writer’s block will pass, don’t be so critical of yourself. Maybe it’s not as bad as you think it is.
Hope this helped!
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