How To Destroy Writers Block by Keeping a Journal.

“I’m sure you know what it is like to have a blank page or canvas in front of you..

but you’re unable to capture the great idea you had because you can’t fully remember it.  You need something to stimulate your thoughts or help you remember.

I have a solution that’s been working for me and it may help you, too. Truth is, we tend to make it it harder than it needs to be.

Thoughts and memories are tricky things.

We can have a grand idea one moment and then a minute later we might not have a clue as to what it was.  This absolutely frustrated me for years.

The solution I found is to keep a journal…” 

writes Bryan Hutchinson of Positive Writer at www.positivewriter.com.

 

What I like about this article is it’s concise and delivers powerful tips and habits on how to keeping a journal supports being a writer.

Getting writer’s block is a problem!  I like how he has more than one go-to way of capturing ideas dependent on where he is.

I personally have three areas to journal in:

1).  A hand-written 3-ring binder with a daily page and templates I’ve created.

2).  A desk calendar.

3).  An email area to capture ideas, thoughts and articles I want password protected.

 

This article has a lot of great comments and ideas.  A lot of his readers have contributed their ideas down at the bottom, so there is a gold mine of information there that will be useful to you.

 

Please Click Here to read the full article and comments.

 

Note:  There are maintainers all over the world!  I like to look up an article’s location and see places I have never seen or been to before.

I couldn’t tell where Bryan lives from his website, but did find a statement that he likes Ireland.

The very famous writer Oscar Wilde is from there, so let’s go there!

Please  Click Here to go to Ireland’s travel site.  Their multiple video’s region by region are superb!    Enjoy!   TK.   (05/05/20 – 19).

 

Journaling Jokes:

Typewriter photo by Daniel McCullough, Unsplash.

Laptop/Journal photo by Nick Morrison, Unsplash.

Timothy Kirk

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