When In No Mood to Write, Write!

Good Evening Folks!

Hope this festive season is bringing you cheer, love and happiness. Here I am with another article on The Perfectly Imperfect Bunch Blog to give you my two pence on what you should do when you don’t feel like writing. That is the theme of the week, by the way. Grabbety and Smita have written about what they do when the writer in them is down in the dumps.

Head over to the blog and please read, like, comment and share.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

The Perfectly Imperfect Bunch

We all are creatures of habit. We all have our set routines. Our morning tea or coffee, our workouts, our commute to work, etc. We feel safe and comfortable in these routines. But every once in a while, we need a break from routines. One fine morning you may decide, ‘I’ve had enough of tea. I’ll try something else’, and you rummage through your pantry/cupboards and out falls a derelict, unopened packet of jasmine tea, and you tell yourself, ‘this is what I’ll have today’. It isn’t particularly a wake-up potion like your tea or coffee is, but it’s a change from the routine, like vacations are, and that’s why you like it. Will you do this everyday? No, you won’t, but every once in a while? Why not?

Which brings me to our week’s topic – Writing when you don’t want to write. For most writers, professional or otherwise…

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21 thoughts on “When In No Mood to Write, Write!

  1. when you write an article with 1200+ words, it has to be good! LoL!
    I haven’t been through that phase to really comment. For me blogging started with pictures. I only used to write 3-4 lines to support pictures, then! and now? My pictures are support my writing 😉

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  2. I have been in the dump several times this year when I took 2 months break from writing and running away from my novel due to the numerous challenges of exploring. I will need to force myself to write and will try getting back to the grind tomorrow. Thanks for this superb motivation.

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  3. It took me a year to break free from my writer’s block but I’m on track now and I couldn’t be happier.
    It’s such a great advice but it’s difficult to follow sometimes

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    • Thank you so much for reading and I agree, it’s a difficult to do it at all times, but you should just try to write whatever comes into your head even with Writers Block. You can always delete or edit it later.

      Btw, I’m unable to reach your blog and follow you back through the links here on WP. Each time I press the link of your blog, WP directs me to a page that declares you have deleted the blog. COuld you please send me a direct link to your homepage, here in the comments? I’ll follow you right back 🙂

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