One thing every writer hates is having writers block in a time restricted situation. So if you’re experiencing one, it’s nothing new – almost all writers have it from time to time, it’s just what kind of steps you take to get rid of it that matters …
Get Some Coffee: You have lots of options if you need to feel rejuvenated especially if you feel a little ill. Drinking some coffee is a great way to do this especially if you don’t have a whole lot of time to exercise. Everybody gets writer’s block from time to time and you don’t need to worry too much about it but if you catch it in it’s infancy you will increase your productivity and save lots of time.
Coffee, when consumed as soon as you feel the writer’s block set in, can be quite helpful. In spite of what you might have been told, caffeine is well known for offering you a boost while improving mental function too. Use your coffee-induced energy to focus on the task you need to accomplish; don’t waste it on multi-tasking or other energy wasters. Healthy Diet: Its vital that you pay attention to your heath and make sure that the types of things you eat create a healthy diet for your, otherwise you can’t expect to stay focused on your writing and produce the best results. The truth is that your brain is just like any other organ in your body in that it requires nourishment to function at its best and that your mental output is related directly to how healthy of a diet you have been eating. Make sure you’re eating loads of proteins and avoiding anything that makes you feel lazy, such as junk food. There are many different types of foods that you can actually enjoy and still be healthy. This tip might seem off-topic to you, but it does apply. It will be easier in the long run for you to overcome any writers block you have if you make sure that you are taking care of your diet.
Take a Nap: There is a huge difference between trying to work when you are tired and trying to work when you are fresh and active. Writers block happens more often when you are mentally tired and exhausted, so try taking take small naps when you need it. So that you can stay mentally focused through the day, its also important that you make sure you get enough sleep every night. Keep in mind though that taking regular naps helps recharge your body and gives you that needed energy boost.
Writers especially need to take care to keep the distractions at bay especially if they can exacerbate your writer’s block. You need to steer clear of anything–anything at all–that could make your writer’s block get worse.