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How To Always Find Something to Write About

Think Like an Artist

This is how artists operate every single day around the world: they experiment. They work on projects that move them.

Find the meaning and purpose of your work, focusing less on ideas, and more on inspiration and a good work ethic. Don't be afraid to have the occasional bad write up as well.

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Think Like an Artist

This is how artists operate every single day around the world: they experiment. They work on projects that move them.

Find the meaning and purpose of your work, focusing less on ideas, and more on inspiration and a good work ethic. Don't be afraid to have the occasional bad write up as well.

Find Inspiration Anywhere

  • Things we don't normally want to write about can become a fascinating read to other people.
  • Get inspired by the news, music, a TV show, your problems, and your feelings.
  • Something we hide can also be an inspiring story.

Change your Approach to writing

Approach your writing in an objective, relaxed manner. You don't have to find one great idea after another, daily, without fail. Take it one day at a time.

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