Dear Writer, Have Fun

  • 20 Nov 2021 09:30
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Dear Writer, Have Fun

One writer had difficulty writing. He tried everything he could until he was exhausted, but to no avail. He was frustrated and went outside to have a swim and a conversation with a friend. He was able to assemble his thoughts and create a seamless piece of writing when he returned.

Let's just say your nerves are tingling and your brain has blown a fuse. Your fingers are also blue from constant typing. It is important to let out steam. While this is something that everyone does, for writers it is essential because our productivity is dependent on our mental state. Writers who are stressed and overwhelmed can become inefficient.

A good day in the sunshine, delicious food, and a breeze in your hair are all good for writers.

We don't believe you. Do you agree with the school of thought that hard work and backbreaking is the only way to success?


You won't be able to finish your bestseller if you don't slow down.

Are you still not convinced?

We have evidence--science

According to science, stress can cause hormones to go haywire.

The body's secretion hormones, such as cortisol, which play a crucial role in regulating blood pressure and stress response, increases. This can lead to an increase in blood pressure, weight gain and, worse, a reduction in blood sugar.

Your body can go crazy when you are stressed. Stress can lead to depression, anxiety, and other psychological and emotional side effects.

Do you believe you can make it to the top with these effects of higher cortisol levels?

Science has also shown that stress can make your brain less creative.

You might be wondering why your brain is so creative but your computer can't get the words out of your head. It's simple: your brain works better if you don't try!

Negative emotions such as stress and tension can hinder your mental activities. They can make creativity go stale and shut down the possibilities. Next time you are looking for an opening line, brilliant conclusion, or a catchy first sentence, take a ten minute walk, get connected with your surroundings, then take a glass water and return to writing.

Science again confirms that games and fun stimulate your imagination and increase your creativity.

Writing is a power combination of imagination and creativity. Writing is all about creativity, inspiration, and sharp imagination.

What if you don't have any of these?

Imagine if your brain is so overwhelmed that it is screaming for help.

This state makes it impossible to achieve anything. Writing becomes painful in such situations. Writing shouldn't be difficult, even though it isn't easy.

Take today off, let your nerves relax, and then take a deep breath. A happy brain is creative.

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Jullie Williams By, Jullie Williams
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