Sometimes you’ll be flying right along, writing like the wind, and suddenly you slow to a crawl. Hit a wall.
Now there’s a lot of reasons this could happen. But when it happens, one of the first things you should do is to listen to your own body.
Back on June 15, 2012 – Water, Water Everywhere (Writing Quick Tip) , I talked about dehydration and how it can stop you from being able to write to your best ability.
There’s a lot of other things that can have that effect on your writing too.
- Not enough sleep
- Not enough food
- Getting sick
So if your writing suddenly drops out of its usual rhythm, stop and listen to your body- and give it what it needs.
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