People who write a lot, or those who may need to start writing a lot, are always looking for a fresh perspective. And believe it or not, sometimes a subject that has nothing to do with the niche you’re writing for gets your juices flowing and you can suddenly think of a topic. Still, sometimes we sit at a computer, completely uninspired and ever searching for something to say that will be meaningful to our readers. Here are a couple of habits of writers that produce quality content on a daily basis.
George Orwell, Winston Churchill, Edith Wharton – all of these people were famous for writing while lying in bed. Even though most of us don’t write with a paper and pen anymore, nothing is stopping us from grabbing our laptops while we’re lying in bed and producing some quality content. After all, getting enough rest is absolutely vital in finding creative juices, and maybe after we’ve had a good night’s sleep, we can find the words we need to make a piece of work we’re proud of.
Take a Walk or Ride without a Destination in Mind
Henry Miller loved to wander around Europe, doing his best to get lost. On occasion, he actually did get lost, and those were his most productive moments as he half-heartedly tried to find his way home. Psychologists actually say there is something to this and that getting lost in an unfamiliar location can bring creativity to the front of the brain. Remember to take a laptop or a notebook so you don’t forget any of your newfound ideas.