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How to Stay Motivated to Write

Updated on November 6, 2017
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Trudy otherwise know as tlcs has a lot of ideas about different things that she loves to share with others and is not afraid of the response

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Finding Those Words

The words won't come I hear you say as you look out of the window on a bright and crisp day.

You look at the hub page with no words typed and think to yourself what a terrible sight. With nothing to write and nothing to say, your thinking it's going to be a puzzling day.

You think of the things you have written about and really don't want to continue no doubt.

You look out of the window and the sun is shining, you wish you could type but there's no denying, your out of those stories and the inspiration has gone so you grab for the coffee and reach for the sun.

You've been sat here for ages you realise and wonder when something is going to materialize, know tale to tell or story to right, you tap with your feet at the terrible sight, of no words on the hub page oh what will you do your challenge is fading and your feeling blue.

You check out the answers to try to find insight and find yourself responding and the time ticking by. No hub have you written for an hour or more, determined you will you open the door, to find that the light has now become night, oh no what an awful sight. No words yet written oh no you do say it's time to start focusing and start writing away.

With focus being the word of the day and attention to detail your main reasons to stay, you tap at the keyboard with nothing to say but determination is in your brain and then you look out of the window and it's started to rain.

You decide to write about the weather and never again will you sit at the keyboard with nothing to write but instead will make coffee and suffer the pain of not finding those words you so wish you could.



Tommorrow will be the answer

It's a lovely evening with nothing to write and my head is spinning with no delight. Ive wracked my brain to find insight with nothing transpiring I can just say, what am I doing on such a wonderful day, I should be outside enjoying the air but I can't as I know that I need to write to help me get through this terrible plight.

Writers block I hear you say on this beautiful day, but alas it doesn't help me none I am going to have to go and have some fun.

To be inspired is what I need and find those words more easily.

Sometimes my hub is not for me especially when I have nothing to write and the rain has stopped and the day has become night.

Tommorrow I say tongue in cheek those words will come and my challenge will be complete.

No problem I say as I admit defeat tommorrow will be the day I write again on my seat.


© 2012 Trudy Cooper

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