Ten Places to Help You Find your Writing Muse, by Colleen Chesebro of Silver Threading

Ten Places to Help You Find your Writing Muse, by Colleen Chesebro of Silver Threading

Hi, I am Colleen, the craziness behind Silver Threading. I would like to thank Lynne for inviting me to her blog, from the sticks to the bricks and back again. I am happy to share some motivational ways for you to find your writing muse. Prepare to be mystified and astounded!

Do you have trouble finding writing inspiration? Are you buried in your writing and you just can’t seem to find the motivation to get through creating and typing your next page? Then you have come to the right place!

It is a well-known fact that finding writing inspiration can sometimes be hard. They call it writer’s block. Everyone suffers from this malady at one time or another. However, I have found that getting away from my work is the best thing to do. I literally have to walk away from my computer! The best ideas have come to me when I am cleaning the bathroom or taking a walk. It seems like it is non-productive, but the distance from the work itself seems to stimulate my mind.

Here are 10 places that you can go to find your own muse:

  1. Take a walk in nature!image
  2. Visit a coffee shop.image
  3. Read a good book. Enjoy a drink while you are at it.image
  4. Take a weekend trip. Go and visit your parents or best friend.image
  5. Watch a movie or your favorite television shows.image
  6. Go dancing! Disco like it is 1976 all over again!image
  7. Have a barbecue. Make sure to ask some friends over.image
  8. Take a nap! Dream up some new plot lines.image
  9. Visit the beach, or a lake, or even your own bathtub.image
  10. Have fun and work out to your favorite music!image

What am I trying to tell you? Broaden your horizons! Get out there and do something fun! In no time at all, your mind will expand and lead you on a path filled with opportunity and wonder.

And, if that fails, I will let you borrow my muse, Sugar, the Pomeranian. She is here every day, right by my side, lending me her brain power so that I can create amazing new worlds with the words I write.

What about you? What places help you find your writing inspiration?

Have a fabulous day! I’ll see you again!


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