What does it feel like to have writer’s block?
The blank page is mocking me:
You call yourself a writer, yet there is not one word on my surface. You are a loser.
My mind feels as blank as the page. Maybe the creative section of my brain went on a vacation without telling me.
How do you break free from writer’s block?
The best way to break free from this misery is to start writing.
- Write whatever comes to your mind
- Write random words
- Make a list (favorite books, people you know, childhood memories, things you need to buy at the store)
- Describe something you can see. Write about how it looks, feels, or is used.
Writing is the best way to smash through a writer’s block.
This is an okay book. The advice is simplistic and some sections could use more detail on how to apply the information.
Here are a few examples:
- Talk less and observe more
- Prepare for life
- Ask for help
- Kindness goes a long way
- Love yourself
- Be flexible
Some people thrive on drama; however, I prefer a drama free life. I want to go about my day in a calm manner. I want to chill and relax. I want to deal with problems as they arise, and then move on with my life. I don’t want to create problems or additional stress in my life.
Here are three tips to avoid drama in you life.
- Avoid drama creators
- Check your attitude and perspective
- Do things that make you happy
Never ruin an apology with an excuse. – Unknown
An apology is a lovely perfume; it can transform the clumsiest moment into a gracious gift. – Margaret Lee Runbeck
An apology is the superglue of life. It can repair just about anything. – Lynn Johnston
More people should apologize, and more people should accept apologies when sincerely made. – Greg LeMond