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Writers Block: Creativity

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As of late my blog has been taking a nose dive in views. Even though its at the level I thought it would be the nose dive is leveling out at, but I have surpass the level I wanted to be but now I need to keep up to the standards I have now created and continue to excel.

I have been in a creativity drought blog wise, but not personally. I just haven’t put in the time to post the greatest I have in store. I am quite upset about it as I want to challenge myself to greatest and help bring an audience to my blog of creativity, sexiness, self-help, fun, and coolness.

So what is it to help me out of the drought I am in and stop with the nose dive of seen the same blog posts only getting the same views and nothing creative jumping and exploding off my blog? I guess I am at my writers block after 3 months of creative posting. Well tomorrow is the day I change the game (well that’s what I am telling myself).

How do you get over the writers block of creativity or motivation to post something new and exciting each week?

What is the cure of writer’s block?

Thanks for reading

2 thoughts on “Writers Block: Creativity

  1. I think the cure of writer’s block is a lack of inspiration. Most people can dabble in a bit of this and a bit of that, but true drive, inspiration, and greatness comes from passion.

    My passion is children and continued learning and development in education. My passion for this is what drives me.

    I also have a passion to understand more about mental health issues as it plays a significant role in my life. The underlying passion to know, understand, share, and learn drives my blogging experience. Sure, there are times when you think you’ve said all there is to say or that a particular topic has been covered enough. Then you ask yourself the hard questions – the questions everyone else wants to ignore and you confront them.

    So, my answer to writer’s block is that. Passion.


    1. I would have to agree with you also. Passion makes you get up in the morning even on the worse day and try to spin things to be awesome. I takes that dedication, love and passion to turn on that light bulb, and have it shine bright over the dull things. Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment, I really appreciate it. 🙂


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