Every moment spent not writing today was worth it. These powerful times are needed to inspire words. To make us better people and mothers. And better writers.
It’s funny how I can write 140-character quips all day and not get any ideas for something career-changing. I rushed my workload just to get a long writing break and all I did was play Candy Crush and binge-watch some shows. And they say being a freelance writer is easy.
What do you want to be remembered for?
Because today, in this era, having too much in your plate is quite consuming. That consumes your own sanity, your own self-trust, and your own free will.
Don’t use writer’s block as an excuse anymore. Write.
People don’t want to see you in your writing. They want to see themselves in it.
The reality is even things that you love, that you’re hungry for and passionate about, will occasionally be things you don’t want to do. Work is work. That’s why we don’t call it Big Happy Fun Time.
Travel opens your mind. It allows you a chance to explore the world as well as yourself.
First grab coffee or some type of stimulant. I would suggest avoiding alcohol as you might have a tendency to get carried away.
We can easily find ourselves in the clutches of the dreaded Writer’s Block (I capitalized it because it looks scarier that way) but I’ve found there are at least a few ways you can shake it off and find yourself even better off than before.