Ever Had This Problem?

I’m going to be incredibly, brutally honest here. Blogging every day or multiple times a day is HARD! Almost as difficult as writing fiction or poetry, blogging keeps you constantly thinking of what to put for your next post. On top of that you have to keep in mind if other people will want to read it or if anyone besides you enjoy the subject of your blog in general.

So, I have found a little blogging humor. It eases my mind whenever I can’t think of something to write and for one time only gives me a subject to write a post on.


You think your life is bad when you can’t blog. Take a look at this guy:


Don't stress it. Really, don't stress it!

If you look like this each time you blog, maybe this isn’t the hobby for you. Sometimes, that fear of what to write is unavoidable. Writer’s block is probably the toughest thing in the world to get past because there are many factors that contribute to that creative block. Lack of privacy (thinking time), stress, work, emergencies, and sometimes just thinking too hard can make a writer stop working as well as before. Most times, a break is all that you need. Maybe take a nap, do some gardening, or work on something completely opposite. Then, the aha moment can appear in the most unlikely of places. There is no sure fire way to get rid of writer’s block, but there is a start for you. If you can’t think of what to write, don’t freak out. Because you freaking out over the little things may biologically be blocking your creative juices from reaching the grey matter in your head.

Relax. Drink a cup of tea. Read some of a good book and eventually the inspiration will come back to you, I promise.

I hope you had a good laugh at this blogger’s expense because sometimes you need a laugh to get through the hard times. Good luck blogging/writing!










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4 responses to “Ever Had This Problem?

  1. Hahaha, I like it! And what you say is so very true!

  2. Sometimes, I look just like that.

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