Beat writer’s block by shaking up your routine. Housesitting can be a great way to beat writer’s block.
Procrastination is the brain’s way of protecting us from harm – from fear. Stop procrastinating by recognizing its evolutionary roots and using these techniques to overcome writer’s block.
Guided meditation can help overcome Imposter Syndrome and writer’s block.
To establish good writing habits, try “chaining” writing to an existing habit, and try reducing your writing to just two minutes per day. This overcomes writer’s block.
Starting a new project is “change,” and our brains fear change. Here’s how to trick your brain to start your book and overcome writer’s block.
Curiosity stimulates the striatum – the part of the brain that also regulates hunger. Curiosity is so powerful, it creates a physiological disregard for dangerous or painful consequences. Use curiosity to overcome writer’s block.