This is the second of a three-part series on blogging when you have writer’s block. Read the first part, “Blogging When You’re Stuck (Part 1 of 3)”, and the third in the series, “Preventing Writer’s Block from Coming Back (Part 3 of 3)”.
Sometimes it just hits you: You’re staring at the blank Word page, the great void of the blog “compose” screen. You have nothing to say. What do you do?
The best minds in the blogosphere agree that there are a few critical ways to deal with this dilemma.
- Coffee — It’s the most logical place to start. A jolt to the whole body can sometimes hit the writing center of the brain in just the right way.
- Wine — When coffee fails, this can sometimes loosen the synapses enough to let in a little light.
- Scotch — Something smoky. Why not?