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My secret to writing content

Ever feel writer's block? I did. And I was able to move through it with one helpful writing technique. Read on to learn more.

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My secret to writing content

There are a lot of reasons why someone might get stuck while writing. Maybe they can't think of what to write next, or they're struggling to find the right words. For some people, procrastination can become a problem, as they put off writing for as long as possible. This can be due to a fear of not being good enough or simply because they don't want to face the task.


If you find yourself getting stuck while writing, there's one thing you can do: freewrite.

How I overcome writer's block

When I first started working as a content writer, I was struggling with writer's block on a regular basis. I would sit down at my computer, staring at the blank screen, not knowing what to say. It was frustrating, and it made me feel like I wasn't cut out for the job.

I tried a lot of different things to overcome my writer's block, but the one thing that really helped was freewriting.

Freewriting is when you write without stopping, for a set amount of time. You don't worry about spelling, grammar, or even if what you're writing makes sense. You just keep writing, until the time is up.

It sounds simple, but it can be really effective. Once you get started, the words will start flowing and you'll be surprised at what you can come up with.

If you're struggling with writer's block, or if you just want to get better at writing, give freewriting a try. It might just be the thing you need to get unstuck.

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