For your writing inspiration this week, explore the questions in your life, what they mean, and how they drive you.
There’s writer’s block, and then there’s blogging ennui. Before you call it quits, try one of these six ways to rediscover your enthusiasm for blogging.
Your muse will reveal itself to you, if you take the time to listen. Let your camera be your compass.
When life gives you lemons, do you make lemonade, or do you rub the fruit in your wounds?
Not sure what to write today? Consider a new format for your post: a shorter or longer word count, a letter or list, or a different approach to your content.
Essential advice for writers on keeping a notebook.
Words of inspiration from the poet Mary Oliver.
“But enough about me, let’s talk about you. What do you think of me?”
— Bette Middler as CC Bloom in Beaches, 1988.
How inventor par excellence Thomas Edison can inform your creative work.
Attend a new conference for bloggers from WordPress.com
Stuck? Staring at a blank screen? Never fear…you’ve got all the inspiration you need when you tap into your past.
In The Golden Notebook, Doris Lessing writes that the words “good” and “nice” don’t mean anything; they’re not words to be used in a novel. What words to do you think are overused? What are your words of habit and can you write for a week without them?