Turn off your cell phone and take a walk. If you can't or plain don't want to curl up on the couch and read a book. Either way, you'll get inspired. Don't focus on your writer's block. In fact, don't focus on it at all. Putting everything in stride. Not only will you feel better, you'll find answers to your answers without trying. Believe me, this works.
you could write about one of your favourite places to visit. Thats what I am working on right now. Or your passions what do you love I wrote about shakespear once when I got stuck.
On a day to day normal basis...what or who inspires you? Find out what you are truly passionate about...and then write as best as you can on it. Soon...or immediately...the ol' Writer's blockade will come crumbling down!
If you're interested, I wrote a hub recently with some tips on how to beat writer's block.
If you're just stumped for a topic, try a how to article. Pick something you enjoy (and know well enough that you could do it in your sleep.) Then tell us about it.
I look forward to seeing what you write next.
What you can do is go to answers, click on view questions and write a hub based on one of those. Or, look at the column on the left of the questions that will point you in the direction of the idea bank.
Watch the news! Or watch TV -- I get lots of inspiration from the television. Sometimes a simple phrase can spark an idea : )
All of these are great ideas. I think I might write about Japan! Thank you all so much for your input.
I knew I'd seen this somewhere on hubPages and I finally found it again. Woohoo!
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