How to Conquer Writer’s Block: Tip 60
The following sentence is a FACT– ok, based on my own experience:
My moods have no correlation at all with the quality of my production.
Therefore, my bad mood is no excuse not to write, unless, of course, a crisis would be averted by NOT writing. This is usually not the case. And what’s more, the bad mood is often related to writing, or failure, or some imaginary catastrophic event related to work or achievement.
Oddly enough, the bad mood dissipates once I begin my morning writing ritual, even though the fear of writing caused the bad mood in the first place.
Solution: Try, as best you can, to ignore the moods, and just write your way through them…
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