Just Write What Pops Into Your Head

 Just Write What Pops Into Your Head

 

 

 

You hear about writers’ block all the time. There are thousands of articles on how to overcome writers’ block. My favorite approach to overcoming writers’ block is to just write what pops into your head. As a writer, have you ever sat down and penned what came to mind? Have you ever stopped thinking and just wrote? This is one of the best ways to overcome writers’ block.

 

Just Write What Pops Into Your Mind Helps Overcome Writer’s Block

 

 

 

I love freestyle writing. Thanks to a friend of mine Andria Perry, I started just writing whatever popped into my mind. She often tells me I am an overthinker and I just need to do things. To help myself overcome my overthinking, I try to write whatever pops into my mind.

 

Sitting down and just write what pops into your head is not always the easiest thing to do.  Quiet your mind and let the thoughts flow. If you enjoy writing and meditation, this may come easily. If not, it may take some time before you get used to just writing what pops into your head.

 

Writing whatever pops into your head can be useful in overcoming writer’s block. Many writers face writer’s block, if they have been writing for a long time. Clear your mind, sit down at your computer and write whatever pops into your head. You never know, you may end up with a great story or article by the time you finish.

 

Even if all that comes to mind is just words and phrases, you can use these later. You never know, they could develop into your next novel. So take the time once a week to sit down and just write the words that pop into your head. You never know what will become of them.

 

Content  by Brenda Marie Fluharty ©2020 all rights reserved

 

Photos from Pixabay.com

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2 thoughts on “Just Write What Pops Into Your Head

  1. That's what I do and it works! Another way that works to help prevent writers block is to look through your photos and an idea will be right there looking at you!

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