2016 Grand Prairie Blogging Convention: Ways To Overcome Writer’s Block

The invitation to the 2016 Grand Prairie Blogging Convention came when I was thinkingĀ of quitting my career as a blogger. No creative thoughts were flowing in my mind around that time. I could write paragraphs, but I could not post them because they were written half-heartedly. Hence, the decision to attend the event was like my final adieu to the blogging world.

Luckily, though, you can still read this blog now since the convention taught me ways to overcome writer’s block. In case you believe that this info will be beneficial for you too, keep on reading below.

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1. Tune In To Music

The first thing is to switch on your music player and listen to the songs that motivate you to get moving. For some, it’s classical or jazz music. Other people, meanwhile, prefer the meaningful tunes made by their favorite artists to encourage the words to flow. You need to figure out which genre will work for you more.

2. Read An Interesting Book

The speakers in the conference mentioned that immersing yourself in a book can also remove a writer’s block. What I often find helpful is reading the Harry Potter books, which honestly got me dreaming of becoming a writer when I was young. In your case, it can be something that you have always wanted to read but never had time to do so due to your busy schedule.

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3. Change Your Location

If both ideas fail to get rid of your mental blockage, you should try leaving your usual writing spot. At times, when you stay in one corner of the room and see the same view, it tends to feel as if your mind is stagnant too. No excitement or decisive action is coming from that. Hence, it may be best to sit in other parts of the house or visit a cafe to get your brain juices running.


Give these tips a go so that you can continue building your blogging career. Good luck!