3 Tips To Getting Over Your Holiday Writing Hurdles (The Emotional Rollercoaster, part 1)

Dan Alatorre - AUTHOR

00 santa hat writer A visual representation of me if I were a lady in a Santa hat. Even I don’t get this one.

I expected to get a ton of writing done at Christmas last year. NOTHING got done!

NOTHING!!!

Writer’s slump? Maybe.

Don’t you HATE it when the words aren’t flowing, or you can’t get motivated to write? Or other writing related hurdles?

The thing is, it passes.

Think about how difficult it was to share your work with another person the first time. Hopefully they were nice no matter how good or bad it was. Whether it was shared on Facebook, with friends, a spouse, a critique group, SHARING was a mountain BEFORE you did it – and now we look back and see it wasn’t such a big deal.

businesswoman-pointing-gun-to-computer-laptop-sitting-office-desk-desperate-stressed-young-attractive-having-problems-47931112 Write, damn you!

Somehow, we got through it.

Lots of hurdles are that way. You just knew about some of…

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