Monday Motivation: 5 Tips Finding Inspiration

Starting a new series of posts called Monday Motivation because let’s face it everyone needs motivation on a Monday!

  1. Look through books. The best way of finding inspiration when you’re stuck with your own writing is to read someone else’s work.
  2. Look at picture books or photos online. Images are a great way of getting the creative juices flowing.
  3. Listen to music. Many songs are bases on someone’s personal experiences and are a good way of invoking different emotions.
  4. Get out into nature. It’s often hard to find inspiration when you’re cooped up at desk. Take a walk and go someonewhere with natural beauty ¬†or it doesn’t matter where you. A change of scenerary always helps.
  5. Try something new. If you’re stuck on your current project try writing something different.

6 thoughts on “Monday Motivation: 5 Tips Finding Inspiration

  • 11/07/2016 at 4:44 pm

    Thanks for sharing. It’s often the simple things that help. I also find doing mundane household tasks empties my mind and the ideas flow. Not that I’m recommending a lifetime of housework!

  • 11/07/2016 at 5:06 pm

    These are great tips! Funny how it’s usually the simple things that we overlook.

  • 11/07/2016 at 5:08 pm

    Really love these! #5 really resonates to help overcome the writer’s block I sometimes experience. Thanks for the great suggestions!

  • 11/07/2016 at 5:49 pm

    Glad you found it helpful! Yeah, I try to avoid housework when possible!

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