Do you ever hit a brick wall in your writing projects? How do you resolve it?
I'm a professional writer--it's what I do all day long and in some of my free time, too (such as writing Hub Pages). So, I rarely hit a brick wall--it's not an option at work. On the rare occasion I do, and have the flexibility to do this, I simply pick up a different project and continue on that for awhile before going back to the "brick wall" project.
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