Over time, I’ve seen a number of bloggers, authors, etc., talk about their challenges with writer’s block.
Lately, it’s been a huge challenge. Not the block, but the block of time I need.
And the challenge has manifested itself from the simple approach of not caring too much about it and just living my life.
When I quit caring and just live, the writing possibilities become almost endless.
The life experience really is the writer’s palette (that sounds way more sophisticated than I really am) and living life well allows us to paint some beautiful pictures.
- When I go on a short 2-day weekend trip I find this: http://wp.me/p2bjEC-mu
- And have just enough audacity to walk into a local dive and ask this guy for a 15-minute interview. What’s to lose? The result: http://wp.me/p2bjEC-mN
- I take a 100-yard walk on that weekend trip and this jewel appears: http://wp.me/p2bjEC-n9
- Fourth of July in the back yard becomes this: http://wp.me/p2bjEC-lC
- A short drive inspires this idea and it’s something I wish you all would really consider: http://wp.me/p2bjEC-oF
- A trip to the laundry screams for this post: http://wp.me/p2bjEC-jp
- And when I take a look around me at church, this is the result and the comments pour in on this topic: http://wp.me/p2bjEC-q1
Finding it hard to put things in words?
Writer’s block got you pinned to the mat?
Go live your life, man. Go live your life.