Bugger off Writers Block

Everytime I have had some time to write a post, I sit down and stare at the blank screen for half an hour or so and then sigh and walk away, wondering what I can write about

Everything is on hold till Monkey goes back to school to be honest, it is mainly spending time with him, getting beaten at board games and going to the park.

Maybe next half term, we will be able to get further than the local park, I would like to think so.

Till then, don’t be surprised if you don’t hear anything from me, I just have nothing to say

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22 Responses to Bugger off Writers Block

  1. Carol anne says:

    Hugs! I hate writers block! ❤

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  2. 🙂 You need to get yourself into the “Zone”. To achieve this, you can listen to your favourite genre of music while you write your blog post (That method has worked for me on numerous occasions).

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  3. I think it’s time for the writing activity called “the worst shtuff ever!” Try to write the worst post to loosen yourself up and lower expectations. 🙂

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  4. Cyranny says:

    What about going for a walk to photo-hunt tiny drive ways, and then posting something about them? 😉

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  5. Simon says:

    I have a story you could write about, an intelligent and competitive mum is forced to endure multiple defeats at board games from here son… can she fight back and re-gain the game crown?

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