Overwhelmed at the thought of writing?

Fast Company’s Art Markman has four suggestions: Break it down Make an outline Just get something down Write for five more minutes If the list doesn’t tell you enough [and it doesn’t], here is the fleshed out version. And I would add another suggestion. Bake…[no, it doesn’t necessarily help you Read more…

My kind of writing coach…

However, if you prefer someone who’s a bit more locked in… Take a look at this post from daily writing tips.com Or…be your own writing coach. Here’s an interesting look at this approach.

Writing prompt: “it was…weird.”

Write 100 words [or more] on what you the observer viewed as the person exited the building and any hints as to what went on inside the mysterious room. Have fun with it. Did it happen in the White House? A doctor’s office? A room at the IRS? Who are Read more…

Three More Ways to Spur Your Creativity

More from 201 Ways to Arouse Your Creativity — Keep a box labeled for each project. Toss everything in the box, and don’t worry about misplacing things or ideas. from Amy Ng of Pikaland — Choose just one creative aim for the day. What one creative project can you begin/continue/finish Read more…

201 Ways to Spur Your Creativity

This guest post by Katie Tallo of Momentum Gathering can be found at https://writetodone.com 201 Ways to Arouse Your Creativity She compiled these suggestions from a number of sources. from Alison Motluk: “Seek out creative company. The best ideas are forged not in moments of solitary genius, but during exchanges with Read more…