5 Products That Will Help You Get Rid of Writer's Block
I have no time for writer's block.
When I'm Hit With Writer's Block I Turn to These 5 Products to Help Clear My Head
Writer's block hit me today like a ton of bricks. I was tired, lethargic, and had no idea what I wanted to write about. That is until, I fixed said block.
Thanks to a few products I swear by, I was able to lift the fog and start writing again. It's not easy but the five ways to get rid of writer's block helps me from time to time. So, whether you're stuck writing a letter to a friend or drafting a cover letter, there are tips and tricks to get back to writing.
Get your credit cards ready as you'll want to snag some of these useful writer's block products, ASAP. Trust me.
1. Books That Inspire and Help Bring You Out of Your Funk
Buy Save the Cat on Amazon, here. Buy Bird by Bird on Amazon, here. Buy Untethered Soul on Amazon, here.
The aforementioned books are a great source of inspiration when you feel like you just can't write anymore. Whether it's an email, blog post, or screenplay, all three books will inspire you to be a better writer, and a better person. Have them sitting around you when you work and maybe just the sight of them will bring you clarity.
2. Oils, Oils, Oils
Buy Rodin Face Oil on Nordstrom, here.
A nice scent can help me snap back to work and Rodin is no exception. It's a fantastic brand with amazing smelling products that are easy to use and last long. Put a few drops on your face when you need a break or a few in your hand to give yourself a quick spa day.
3. Take A Walk (Or At Least Walk Away From Your Desk)
Buy loafers from J.Crew, here.
Getting out of my workspace (and my own way) is always a good idea. Take a walk, clear your head, and change your scenery. You don't have to do it in ugly shoes, cooler ones will make you feel better anyway.
4. Squeeze My Problems Away
Buy stress relief squishy balls on Amazon, here.
Need something to relieve the stress? Try these highly rated squishy balls from Amazon. Play with them while you think or distract yourself by squeezing any pent up problems away.
5. There's A Good Chance I Need Water
Buy this great water bottle from Target, here.
There's always a 99% chance that I need to drink some water and with writer's block, it's no different. I recently purchased this huge jug of water from Target and I love it. It's easy to clean, has a handy straw, and holds a lot of water. Drink up so your brain has power to keep writing!
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