Losing inspiration or running into writer’s block can be detrimental. At the same time, taking a break from writing is really important. You can come back to your work with fresh eyes and new ideas. No matter if you’re experiencing writer’s block or are just coming back from a break, you can easily generate new inspiration. Today we’ll be discussing 6 ways to boost writing inspiration.
6 Ways To Boost Writing Inspiration
I’m a lover of art, scrolling through a random array of photographs can easily spark new ideas and release a tidal wave of writing. (I got the idea to write this post while glancing through photos trying to find inspiration.)
Getting my blood pumping and my heart racing helps with idea creation astronomically. I’m a very observant person so I love to go on runs in different places. Seeing different things and using my imagination allows my mind to curate new content.
Sometimes just getting into a grove and jamming to music can release an epiphany. Maybe your soul connects with the lyrics or your internal clock matches the beat of the song, whatever it might be, it can be powerful.
Sitting in a crowded space and simply watching people can bring new perspectives and viewpoints to light. It’s something that you can easily spend time doing in a coffee shop, on the subway, or even while walking on the street.
Take a few
minutes hours to take care of yourself and restart. Go for a walk, take a bath, read a book, just pamper yourself. Often times we can get caught up in our writing and forget to take a breather. I’ve found that meditation is a great way to spark inspiration.
Reading always gives me a new perspective. Try reading a book, magazine, newspaper, or even other blogs to help get your brain thinking. Often times you’ll read something that it’ll spark an idea for something else! Need some ideas on what to read? Check out this list of Books For Young Entrepreneurial Women.
When your writing prompts stop working and you’ve lost all your writing inspiration, turn to these methods. These tactics can help you jump back into writing in no time!
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