More Methods to Overcome Writer’s Block

In my last post, I gave you several prompts and lines of dialogue to jump-start the creative process and help you get back to writing. Occasionally, a line or two of dialogue is simply not enough. When you find yourself facing writer’s block again, give these techniques a try to get your work moving again:

Read a book
Clean your house
Watch television
Go for a walk
Turn on some music and dance
Cook or bake something
Call a friend or loved one
Go for a drive
Go shopping
Play with your pet
Take a long bath or shower
Work in the garden
Have a cup of tea or coffee
Write in your journal
Take a nap
Play a board or video game
Clean the toilet
Do the dishes
Go to the park
Plan a vacation
Light a candle
Do the laundry
Go out and take some pictures
Watch a movie
Listen to an audiobook or a podcast
Have a glass of wine
Sing like no one can hear you
Go shopping
Go shopping online
Go for a swim
Get some sunshine
Have a snack
Go to the zoo
Visit an aquarium
Go to a museum
Visit an art gallery
Go to a concert
Play in the rain

Here are a few suggestions to help you get unstuck whenever you’re feeling creatively blocked. The key for getting past writer’s block is distracting yourself from your work long enough to let your mind wander.

What do you think of these tips? How do you overcome writer’s block?


One thought on “More Methods to Overcome Writer’s Block

  1. Zen

    I think reading book and watching movies are the two best ways to overcome Writer’s Block. You can always find inspiration there!


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