“An essential aspect of creativity is not being afraid to fail.” -Edwin Land
I’ve been drawing a blank about what to blog about lately. I have an idea, and sit down to write about it, but then don’t like it for one reason or another. I don’t like my tone or I feel as if I’m going off on a tangent.
I guess we all probably feel that way sometimes.
Maybe it’s because I was on vacation last week. Before I went on vacation, I had no problems writing blogs, and I did a bunch ahead, figuring that I’d have plenty of time to write more ahead so I wouldn’t have to come up with something once I was back to work.
Oh, I was so wrong.
I didn’t do any blogging during my vacation. I tried to brainstorm, and even sat down a few times. Though I did come up with a few, I didn’t think they were very good.
So here I am, writing about not having anything to write about.
As I usually do when I have a question, I turned to Google. This is what I came up with:
I found the first link the most helpful, and ended up sitting down and writing 5 blogs throughout the day. The most important thing when drawing a blank is to just keep writing something, because eventually, something decent will come out.
What do you do when you get stuck?
When I get stuck, I reflect inside, and check what my associates are blogging about. I also check my husband’s photography file, and ask myself what I can say using this picture… Great post!
nice piece 🙂