For the Artists Who Like to Remain Strictly Out of the Box
For writers, sometimes it’s difficult to maintain our momentum that says we must continue moving forward with a writing project or writing career. We may reach a ho-hum attitude, wander aimlessly, or worse yet, reach that dreaded writing plateau. If we don’t take action to move beyond that attitude, our skills will wane and feel like we’re digressing. We can surely do without that negative writer’s baggage.
If you find yourself experiencing the above writing plateau, as I have, following are some tried and proven tips to help you move beyond that feeling and give you a boost in the writing department.
So the next time you find yourself wandering aimlessly, feeling unmotivated, or feel that you’re not making any progress on that writing plateau take any, or all, of the above tips and apply them to move yourself forward.
It happens to the best of us, and thankfully, we have options. Hooray!
Krystalina Soash is a freelance writer and interpreter. She has two published works, “Your Positive Potential: Action Steps for Self-Empowerment” and “Writing Tips for Student Projects and New Freelance Writers.”
Krystalina Soash is an adult English Language Learner, writer, and Spanish, English, American Sign Language interpreter. Short article writing is her favorite pastime on topics such as, English grammar, ways to improve communication, and living a fulfilling life.
Her published works include, “Your Positive Potential: Action Steps for Self-Empowerment” and “Writing Tips for Student Projects and New Freelance Writers”.
Krystalina still loves USPS mail and volunteers her time visiting with elderly in the community providing a free service. She carries a portable writing station with greeting cards, stationary, pens, pencils, and stamps to encourage the elderly to stay in touch with loved ones and friends through writing. She believes everyone has something important to write about and lives with her family in Minnesota.