After thousands of articles, reviews, blog post and so on I seem to have writers burn out. I have articles on hubpages, squidoo, ezine places, Associated Content plus my own dozen sites.
I already pay someone to write blog post for me, and now I seem even more loath to write any articles at all. I need to turn my time toward getting links, SEO'ing my sites, making them bigger and so on.
But I can't bear to let anyone do all my writing; even with the ones someone does for me I tweak them. However I can honestly say that the thought of writing anything at all just depresses me.
I guess I need to spend a few days at Universal Studios taking pictures for my tourist site and get outta the house and away from the computer!!
I can think of worse things to do then go to Universal Studios, sounds like fun! I know how you feel, sometimes I just can't write a thing and a good long walk does me good. Take a well deserved break and come back refreshed.
Might I suggest a Boggy Creek boat ride to go with that Universal outting? Quite restful and will make a nice addition to your work. I loved it but then I was looking for nature pics at the time.
I'm just coming back from a bit of burn-out., too. I was off and on, mostly off writing my own work, for almost two months. Now I'm getting back in, I had quite a lot of other stuff going on.
I still could've found the time, just got lazy, got burn out, whatever.
A holiday sounds like a great thing. I'll have to look at my finances again, see what destination I can squeeze out once I've got my responsibilities covered here.
Universal Studios? Really? Lucky you.
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