My previous post was about not staying up late and writing…

(which I do all the time so I’m an awful hypocrite. But it never works out for me, so I don’t know why I keep doing it…)

And this post is somewhat related. It’s about escaping

When you have WB (aka writer’s block) you need fresh inspiration. But a lot of times you just need to take a break. You need to take a breather.

Here are some suggestions on how to escape in ways that will regenerate your inspiration and provide you with new experiences to incorporate into your writings:

1. Travel

Go to new places, visit family, visit friends. Traveling is a way to add new additions to your knowledge cabinet and add different ideas for your writing.


2. Take a drive

Roll down your windows, blast your music, and enjoy your scenery, whether it’s a country road, or a busy street. Driving helps get your brain working and your mind thinking of other things besides that stubborn character that isn’t cooperating.


3. Go for a long walk

Walking is one of the best things you can do. Exercise clears your head and gets your blood pumping. Walk somewhere beautiful. Nature has a way of inspiring ideas.


4. Take a trip somewhere fun

Enjoy yourself and invite friends. Don’t think about writing, don’t even talk about it. Just have fun and do crazy things. You’ll relax your brain and get it ready for a long session of brainstorming.


5. Spend time with family

Your family is the most supportive of you and your dream to become a writer. By hanging out with the people who love you the most and enjoying your time with them, you are ripening your relationship and earning some inspiration as well. Do something you enjoy with them, let them in on your life, and you’ll be surprised at the amount of ideas your family will have!


Hope you liked these five tips! I encourage you to try them out.

Going on an escape,




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