3 Tips For Writers Block (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Rebecca Dolman

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Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Beauty, Lifestyle and Successful Living Writer


If like me you sometimes struggle to get the creative juices flowing, it can quickly become very frustrating. There’s nothing worse than knowing you need to write something, but you can’t seem to put two words together. So here are three tips to help you get going again!

  1. Stop what you’re doing! Staring at a blank screen or sheet of paper for hours will not help at all. Get up and go do something active. Doing something physical will help you release some of that writers block frustration that we’re all familiar with. Go for a jog, or maybe try some yoga! Just something to help you unwind and relax. This will allow you to come back more focused, and with a clearer mind.
  2. Do anything creative! You may find that you’re struggling with writing, but your creative side is still in tact. It could also be the key to helping you get back to writing. Do something creative that you love. Work on a scrapbook, paint some pictures, or even build something! Not only will this help you to relax, but you could also find some inspiration for your writing!
  3. Don’t be so hard on yourself! While writers block is very frustrating, beating yourself up about it really wont help. Sometimes, sitting down and just writing about anything can help. Write whatever comes into your mind. Even if you think it makes no sense, or you keep changing topics, write it all down. This will help you let out your frustrations and keep writing!

Article Credits: Rebecca Dolman

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31 thoughts on “3 Tips For Writers Block (1 min read)”

  1. I can definitely relate to this! I remember having writer’s block for a solid month and a half – it was torture! However, I oddly got out of it through gaining closure about a particular past event in my life, and the loss of the weight from my shoulders meant that words just flowed out!

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