Writing can sometimes be a troubling process. You dig in and get it done some days. Other days, you may find yourself banging your head against a wall because the words won’t come. The words will come as you push through the “blank” wall. The words will come when you push through. Writing can bring discovery, perspective, challenge, and growth.
I grew accustomed to sharing ideas on the same topics for a while. It was safer that way, but safe doesn’t fuel creativity. Sometimes safe stifles the creative bent. What does one do when this happens?
I didn’t think I would ever write about the tough stuff of life, but that’s no longer true. Join me today over at The Story Unfolding where I answer the questions: how does one write when there’s an empty page staring you down? Can you write about the hidden things?
Perhaps, after you read, you’ll find the oomph you need to excavate your writing. You can do this! I know you can.