Important & Valuable Writer Activities That Are Hard To Start #writers #amwriting

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Things A Writer Struggles To Start

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Why are some writer activities so hard to get started?

In your head you visualise doing them with ease…and then you sit down at the table. An hour later and you are still sat at the table staring at what you are supposed to have started.

The frustrating thing about the activities we find difficult to start doing is that they are always the ones that are going to be of most value to us. *Eye roll*

Here are some writer activities that fit this bill:

  1. Writing Everyday (even when we don’t feel like it). This is a challenging activity to start doing because things like TV box sets, books, films, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest always seem far more appealing and its amazing how that feeling of tiredness can occur just as you decide to start writing. The only way to improve at our craft is to…

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