Writing slump

25 Jan

I haven’t really written anything worth talking about in a very long time.  I think it was because after Post A Day 2011 finished, I lost the drive to write everyday…I stopped thinking about things to write about.  Don’t get me wrong.  I still wake up every morning thinking about what I should write about.  I still feel that awful gnawing feeling in the pit of my stomach when the day ends and I haven’t written anything on the blog.

I’ve got so many ideas about what I want to write about but everytime I start, I can’t seem to find the words, as if my thoughts won’t translate into anything sensible.  Then I grow frustrated and switch off the computer.

So I’m writing down my frustration.  I’m writing down that I’m unable to write anything sensible.  I’m writing down something for the sake of writing something down in the hope that this might kickstart a writing frenzy or at least entice the writing muses to come back and play with me.

I’ve still got my writing projects to start on!  Maybe I’m not blogging because my subconscious knows I should be working on my writing projects.  Hmmm.  Really, that’s just an excuse.

I should really be writing more.


2 Responses to “Writing slump”

  1. SmallHouseBigGarden 26 January 2012 at 02:26 #

    I’m very new to the blooging world and can’t imagine EVER posting every day! I give you enormous credit for taking the 2011 challenge and running with it! I think your blog is great, whether you say something daily or weekly! Ultimately if it becomes a chore, its time to cut back a bit, yeah? you’ll know when you’re ready to return and at what frequency!

  2. amira 26 January 2012 at 13:43 #

    there is no such thing as sensible writing.
    we write and write and get things off our chest and our minds.
    make space up there for happier thoughts.
    just write and don’t worry about making sense 🙂

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