Read a book!

I’m about to start with a little criticism here: you don’t really need to write consistently. Some writers may set aside a specific amount of time in a day to regularly shred words, and if that works for you, that’s great. However, if that’s not how you write, you shouldn’t feel discouraged. Not writing at all is a problem, but writer’s block can’t always be overcome with brute force. My experience is probably not universal, but I can say that, for me, I am never happy when I force myself to write a story that is not ready. Creativity is fun, and sometimes you can’t just force yourself to write. But you *can* force yourself to read. Reading is a vital part of writing well, but it’s not the same level of creative enigma. The writing you create without inspiration may be bad, but there is no way to misread a book. Reading is also a great way to *be inspired*; Sometimes, you just might find the missing piece to revive a job you’ve been burned out on. Failing to make progress in writing can be pretty hard on people’s self-esteem, which is why people torment themselves with the idea that they just need to be more disciplined if they ever want to be productive. Some people have told me that spending that wasted time and energy on reading wasn’t even something they thought of as an answer to writer’s block. I guess the gist of it is that different things work for different people, but you’re not a failure if you can’t write consistently; however, there are ways to improve your writing, while giving your ideas time to grow. *the title should probably be “read many books” because obviously you’re not going to stop at just “one” book, I just thought that sounded better

I’m about to start with a little criticism here: you don’t really need to write consistently. Some writers may set aside a specific amount of time in a day to regularly shred words, and if that works for you, that’s great. However, if that’s not how you write, you shouldn’t feel discouraged. Not writing at all is a problem, but writer’s block can’t always be overcome with brute force. My experience is probably not universal, but I can say that, for me, I am never happy when I force myself to write a story that is not ready. Creativity is fun, and sometimes you can’t just force yourself to write. But you *can* force yourself to read. Reading is a vital part of writing well, but it’s not the same level of creative enigma. The writing you create without inspiration may be bad, but there is no way to misread a book. Reading is also a great way to *be inspired*; Sometimes, you just might find the missing piece to revive a job you’ve been burned out on. Failing to make progress in writing can be pretty hard on people’s self-esteem, which is why people torment themselves with the idea that they just need to be more disciplined if they ever want to be productive. Some people have told me that spending that wasted time and energy on reading wasn’t even something they thought of as an answer to writer’s block. I guess the gist of it is that different things work for different people, but you’re not a failure if you can’t write consistently; however, there are ways to improve your writing, while giving your ideas time to grow. *the title should probably be “read many books” because obviously you’re not going to stop at just “one” book, I just thought that sounded better

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