13 Ways To Overcome A Writer’s Block

I rarely re-blog, just because. I have been following this wonderful lady from the beginning of my little blogging career. She is much an inspiration for writing, social media, blogger tips, as she is for her incredible knowledge of the world of Interior Design. Today, I found a post of hers we can All Relate to: “Writers Block”! There are so many helpful tips here that I just had to share immediately. Please enjoy and I hope you find it as helpful as I do! –Jaynine xo

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Have you ever experienced that? You thought of a fantastic topic for an article, you picked up a catchy title, and perhaps even wrote the first sentence. And then… nulla… Your head seems to be empty and you mind is blocked. Messy thoughts are flying in disorder. I will open you a little secret: you are not the only one.

writer's block

I must confess that when I started blogging it took me two or sometimes even three days to write a single post. I was writing and then correcting and rewriting and editing again. I was so exhausted and overwhelmed with the process that at some point I almost decided to quit. Since then I improved my writing skills a lot. Now it usually takes me around two or three hours to write a new article for my blog. This allows me to publish more often which immediately results in increased…

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