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FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH
Have you ever had this feeling of doing, yet not doing anything? Yup, I agree with you. I too have been having these feelings lately. Today, I aim to talk about what to do when you have these feelings? So let’s start.
Firstly, as an individual, I would say that it is very normal to have these feelings. Being a writer or an artist or in fact being from any profession does not tag us to be producing all the time. We too are humans and need due rest.
Secondly, my mind is overwhelmed with ideas ready to be put on paper but at times my mind feels clogged and I slow down just to give some time to my sole self so I can produce something meaningful for my audience.
Thirdly, there are times when many of us are so dizzy to even raise our pens. That my friend is the time when our body is indicating us to stop and think. This thinking will always lead many of us to something good.
Fourthly, always stop without thinking, I can’t do it. Can’t is a word that needs to be eliminated from the dictionary of success. If you want to succeed in life, you need to have positive thinking where more focus should be on can and will but not can’t.
Fifthly, when you have this feeling of whether to write or not, always call up your inspirations or your good friends and talk to them. Trust me, you will never have these feelings again. Why? This you will know yourself.
Lastly, we are all experimenting with life. What may turn out fruitful for one, it might not work for the other. You all will have to go through one or the other experiment in a lifetime. And devise your own plan of action.
Sometimes, things are very simple but our mind is in the habit of creating and innovating so much that we overdo it. Try to keep your mind relaxed without thinking too much. Take things as they come your way.
And you will soon realize that resting was worth all the pains you were going through all the time; to write or not to write. Make your health the priority, everything is second to it. Health is wealth, is not just a proverb; it has a very deep connotation.
Think about it. Until next time, stay Safe and Healthy.