5 Weird Ways to Find Inspiration for Your Writing

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Think you have writer's block? Think again! Inspiration is all around you. Here are a few out-of-the-ordinary things you can try to kickstart your next writing assignment or project.

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<ul><li> 1. 5 Wierd Ways toFind Inspirationfor Your Writing From DIY Writing danasitar.com </li> <li> 2. The myth of Writers Block.Do you know how muchthere is to write aboutin the world?Sometimes we lackmotivation or divineinspiration.But lets admit writers: We dont ever, really, lack material. </li> <li> 3. If you find yourself in need of atopic and without a clue, here are a few out-of-the- ordinary things you can try to kickstart your next blog post, magazine article, or book </li> <li> 4. 1/ Do something bizarre for a year just to write about it.Trying something new forthe purpose of writingabout it gives theexperience a specialpurpose and gives you aninteresting perspective. </li> <li> 5. 2/ Ask a stranger if you can write their story.Look for storieseverywhere at a dinner party In line at a cafe in the grocery store in the ladies room on the bus </li> <li> 6. 3/ Re-read your favorite books from childhoodGetting to the root ofwhat moves you as anartist can be a greatjump-start to creativity. </li> <li> 7. 4/ Re-type your favorite novel.Running through the motions ofcrafting your favorite novelallows you to savor the fantasyof being in the creators shoes. </li> <li> 8. 5/ Work in customer service.You can glean valuableinsight into humancharacteristics fromyour customers.Learn to love them! </li> <li> 9. All the best in your writing journey! </li> <li> 10. Dana Sitar shares resources, tips, and tools for writers in search of path through DIY Writing. For more ways to find inspiration, education, and experience on your writing journey, check out@danasitar A Writersdanasitar.com Bucket List writersbucketlist.com </li> <li> 11. This work is free. Share it withevery writer you know under aCreative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0Unported License.Written, designed, and publishedby Dana Sitar at DIY Writing.Illustrations by Ashley PerrymanQuach.Copyright Dana Sitar 2013.Some Rights Reserved. </li> </ul>