Where is the most peaceful place you have ever written?
Where is the most peaceful place you have ever written?
You may have written in a limitless number of places when you first started writing to find that perfect peaceful place where the ideas just flowed easily. Am I right? There are always distractions when writing, no matter where you write, but let's take out the distractions and think about where the most peaceful place is to write. the question is where is the most peaceful place for you that you have written?
Is there a spot where you just feel so at peace that words just keep coming in limitless amounts? Or are there limitless places for you like that? For me sitting either by a pond, out by a beach just hearing the wind and water is the most peaceful place where I have written or just sitting up on my deck listening to the birds. Indirectly the most peaceful place I have written has something to do with nature, it just brings so many new ideas and so much peace when it comes to my writing that it comes so easy I don't feel like it takes long at all.
Attention to all the writers out there, you may have a few answers to this question I am not asking because I just want to know for the sake of knowing I am asking because I want to know the how and why of it, where is the most peaceful place you have ever written? Since writing is limitless everyone knows that there are limitless places, to write. Some of you might know the answer to the question where is the most peaceful place you have written right off the bat, or others will actually have to think about it. You might even have more than one peaceful place where you enjoy to write, or you might have been to one place only once and written and find that, that one place is the most peaceful place you have ever written. If you don’t know where that place is and you are a writer struggling to find a place, why not take an adventure somewhere?
The most peaceful place to write is?
Since I now have a deck which overlooks gardens, trees and a pond I find that, to me, that is the most peaceful place to get writing done. I get a lot of ideas and writing done out on the deck, although I am writing inside today because it is threatening to rain if it is a nice day I will write outside. It is0 so peaceful hearing the birds. Seeing the wind rustle the leaves on the trees. When I sit outside on my deck I feel as though I am some place entirely.
I know that I have said, this before in other posts, but this is the place where I feel the most at peace. This is the place where I also get most of my writing done because of how peaceful it is, the words just flow. The most peaceful place that you have ever written is probably where you can just let your mind go, right? This is what I think the most peaceful place for writing is. If you are in a place where you can forget about your troubles, and everything else that is going on in your life, to just let your mind go. The words just come and keep coming until there is nothing left.
I have been blog writing for about a year and writing hasn’t been as easy as it has been since I got a deck. I do write novels as well but haven’t tried doing that on the deck. Some people might not agree but to me, writing outside where you can feel as though you are somewhere else entirely is just what I need as a writer to do what I need to do in a day. Some people just write in other parts of their houses with the doors closed or they write in the kitchen, and sometimes I do that too, but other times I just need to shut out the rest of the world and be at peace. For me shutting out the rest of the world and being at peace is going out on my deck with the door closed to the house and me just sitting there with my feet propped up on another chair thinking about my writing or sometimes not thinking about anything at all.
The most peaceful place to write really depends on the mood that you are in at the time, doesn’t it? Some people have different peaceful places where they write don’t they? I know that I do, but for the most part where I write now is the most peaceful place. That might change, and for some people writing outside on a deck is not what they call peaceful but everyone likes different things we are not all the same. So where the most peaceful place that you have ever written? Maybe you don’t even know, so why not think about it, and after you think about that, think about why it is the most peaceful place you have ever written. I have already told you where the most peaceful place is for me to write and the reason why I think that is, always remember that writing should be peaceful. It shouldn’t be stressful because that is when people don’t usually make sense. Since your mind is going a million miles a minute and all your thoughts are jumbled together.
Don’t you find that when you write when you are stressed nothing comes out the way that you want? That is what I find, so I found a peaceful place to write and since I have found it, my writing has been better the flow is better the ideas are better the writing is easier to do, it doesn’t take hours it sometimes takes mere minutes to write paragraphs. That type of thing. So if you are struggling with your writing, why not find a place where you feel at peace and try writing there. Or if you already have a place where you are at peace but have never tried writing there why not give it a shot, if your anything like me your fingers will just fly across the keyboard of your computer with ideas to write about for posts, or your pen might just fly across the page if you choose to write by hand and then type. The places where you feel the most relaxed are usually the best places to write.
Peaceful writing spots
Writing is limitless especially when you are in a peaceful place, where it just flows. Which is what writing on my deck does for me. The writing just flows because I am not thinking of anything while I am out there, doing it. The only thing I can hear is the birds chirping overhead. Which makes me smile and when I am smiling the writing just happens which is what it is supposed to do in peaceful places right? What do you think?