By: CJ Ramsaran

All writers get writer’s block… and that’s perfectly acceptable!  What’s not acceptable is when writers do not carry out the act of writing.

What’s the difference you ask?

Well, the difference you see; is that in one instance you actually attempt to write, but ideas and words just don’t seem to flow; whereas in the second instance you’ve made no attempt to generate ideas or to write at all.

Let’s all remember that a writer’s objective is to write! Anything less and you’ve sold yourself short.

So refocus and get back on track!

Think of new ideas and write them down. Continue writing and expand upon those ideas and watch the words multiply in front of your eyes.  Before you know it those words have evolved into a full fledge article.

I’ve said it before, and this is just a friendly reminder – writing as a career requires persistence and tenacity.  Success can and will be yours if you stay focused and persevere.

Writer’s may stumble; sometimes we even fall; but we can get back up and keep on writing!