The Ghosts in Your Dashboard

Writing about why I can’t write can be so helpful. Another thing I’ve done is write dialogue between myself and boredom, as well as write a story about myself fighting against the force of Writer’s Block. It’s fun to get that creative frustration out of your system, and it brings on more creativity for poetry, prose, screenwriting, etc.

The Daily Post

Your WordPress.com dashboard is the nerve center of your blog: it’s where your ideas come to life, and your creativity gives them shape. As writers, artists, and thinkers, we know inspiration can be sporadic and those moments of genius are fleeting — they come and go, which means that sometimes your literary flame burns out, and those bursts of creation are short-lived.

The result? An abandoned idea. The dreaded draft, sitting in limbo, staring back at you. And so, we’re curious: what’s lurking in the drafts section of your dashboard?

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