Here’s a Trick to Help You Start Writing When You Don’t Know What to Write About

It often times works for me. When I write nonsense, I dump it once I get it out, and write the words that I feel led by God to share with the world, or that pop into my head at any given time, that need to be shared and published. Blessings to you and yours, and have a lovely day!

Meg Dowell Writes

I don’t know what I want to write about today.

I’m trying out a new schedule, since whatever schedule I had before has been completely dismantled thanks to this fuzzy bouncy thing called a “dog.”

I haven’t quite adjusted yet. I still haven’t figured out how to create space in this new way of living for all the things I want to fill the hours of my day with. If I even can do all the things I wanted to do before Izzie wandered in.

In all the years I’ve been writing — more than I like to say out loud sometimes — I’ve found only one strategy that always gets me writing something, even when I’m not sure what to write about, or don’t feel like writing anything at all.

I just start writing.

Ever since I did this as an exercise in a high school creative writing class…

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