Are you writing because you just can’t help yourself?
When you find your groove, your passion, your voice, you can’t help but write. If you don’t feel like you are at this place, then it’s time to change your game plan and figure out what it is that will compel you to write. It might not be as complicated as you think.
Of course, there are a few key things to remember, like not copying someone else. Use your own voice. Talk about things you know, things that are easy to write about. And don’t forget to infuse your own personality into what you write.
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We all have a part to play.
And yet, there is a trap that has snared just about every blogger at one time or another. It’s the trap of comparison. New bloggers. Old bloggers. Experienced bloggers. Greenhorn bloggers. We all find ourselves looking at each other and thinking things like,
“I would be happy if….”
“When x or y happens, then….”
The WORD tells us that we have a part to play and we all belong to each other. It’s time for you to play your part.
How do you feel when your creative juices to start flowing?
Exhilarated? Calm? Joyous? Relieved?
As a writer you know well the times you have entered the zone, when the muse of creativity has visited you. And you also know how hard it can be to find that muse when you are trying to work in a cramped, cluttered or makeshift space.
Believe me, I know. I spent several years writing wherever I could find a spot to sit down. Finally I realized that I was the only person in my household without a desk. That’s right – mama had given up all the space for everyone else and my creativity was suffering.
Shades and hues color your life.
From the pure blue of the sky to the rich brown coffee in your mug, you are awash in color in all you do. Colors evoke specific emotions, ranging from the joy of Christmas red to the warmth of autumn orange.
Color even plays a role in your decision making process. Cars, pasta, computers and hammers are all painstakingly researched by companies to be just the right color to lure you in.