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Rosyel Sawali
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Finding Your Inspiration To Write

Published on 7/23/2012
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You're sitting in front of your PC, staring at a blank screen, drumming your fingers on the desk. Nothing's coming and you can't think of what to write. So what do you do when inspiration escapes you? It has happened to me a few times too. So here are some tips that might help you out: * Sleep on it. It might be late and you're tired from a day's activities. No matter how much you press it, it's useless. * Go for a long walk (or a bike ride -- if that's what you prefer). Sometimes sweating it out a bit helps you come up with an idea. * Clean out the closet or the refrigerator -- something you've been meaning to do but has always been putting off. * Play with your pets (if you have any). * Try switching to another device like your laptop or iPhone (or iPad) if you're working on your PC. This sometimes works. * Rummage through your PLR library. You could have a lot of materials just sitting in your folders. Try reading through some of them and you just might think of something. While you're at it, why not take notes and brainstorm in batches. You may even come up with topics for a whole week or month! You may have other items in mind. I hope that my mini list has somehow helped you out. Happy writing!
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