Personally, I like the term creative bankruptcy more, but no matter how we’d name it, not being able to do something you love, that normally works like a dream, is incredibly frustrating.
This is your passion we’re talking about, not some boring, mindless chore that must be done.
And then, if you’re a professional blogger or author, you’ve got deadlines, you’ve got to earn a living.
And if words have abandoned you, who are you going to be? You’re a writer, right? Writers write, right?
So who are you if you can’t write?
Deep inside, you know that’s nonsense.
Once a writer, always a writer. There’s no going back. Like being pulled from the Matrix.
But try telling yourself that late at night when all you managed to write for the day would fit comfortably inside a Tweet.
Now, there are many different types of creative block, and plenty of ways to tackle them and get back to writing.
But your time is limited, so we need to address this issue in a little less than a thousand words, so here are three critically important things for you to remember about being creatively blocked.
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