How To Be The Best Writer I Can Be? #WomenOnTheMove

We discussed how to overcome the writer's block and be the best writer with #WomenOnTheMove in our weekly Twitter chat. This is what they said.

We discussed how to overcome the writer’s block and be the best writer with #WomenOnTheMove in our weekly Twitter chat. This is what they said.

“I can shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn.”

These are not just mere words but a healing that Anne Frank experienced when she journaled her experiences during the time of Holocaust. Such is the power of writing as you can make your way out of anything, even mood swings and stress when you take to writing daily.

Writing inspires and heals, clears your mind and in some cases salvages your sanity in the words of one twitter chatterer. Writing daily has a host of benefits-you become a better writer, it enhances your creativity and problem solving skills and gives you direction.

Whatever stage of writing you may be, you may be a prolific writer or you may have just chucked your day job to write, the weekly #Womenonthemove chat over at Twitter had a range of solutions from overcoming writer’s block to helpful tips to get you in to the habit of writing.

(If you’re not yet following Women’s Web on Twitter, do now, and you can come over for the chat too, every Thursday 6-7PM IST).

Things that inspire you to write

Challenges you face

Overcoming writer’s block

Tips for aspiring writers

So this chat should say it all. Whether you have no time to write or you are managing two jobs or you are low on inspiration the trick is to sit down and just write consistently .The words are sure to flow.

Image: Writing hand from Pixabay


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