So last night I decided that I was going to write, I had decided this the moment I had woken up, however due to the fact that I had to endure another monday work day that seemed impossible for my morning schedule, so I of course blogged in the morning, worked my eight hours dreaming of the time I would have to write, attending an afternoon doctor appointment (again dreaming of the time I would write) and finally arrived home at 5:30pm. Now of course there are responisibilities one must take care of before writing, such as feeding that cats (or dogs), checking the mail and putting the days papers, lunches and books away. I was lucky enough to check the mail and find The Body Finder!!! I'd been waiting for my copy and finally it had arrived! I'm elated and can't wait to start it! I also received my first birthday gift of the week, a nice $50 gift card from my hubby's parents! They are sweethearts! So there you go... a little bit about me, however now to the point of this post.
Who doesn't love new? Today I am referring to new spots for writing. All of us get stuck in a rut or get a bad case of writers block that we can't seem to get rid of, it can be daunting and terrible to get rid of, however I think I have devised a plan to run from writers block!!! That is to change locations, instead of staying in my house, knowing I'll have to clean (which I did after my writing session... yes I was busy last night!) and eat dinner (also after writing... and cleaning!) pay attention to my cats, watch TV, or have internet access I for once changed scenery and location for real! I have a lovely apartment complex and it has a gorgeous courtyard equipped with very nice tables and chairs, I made myself comfortable and started writing, no internet access at all, I thought it would be tough but the words flowed and I was thankful!!! 5,000 words later I had myself a very successful writing evening!!! I really enjoyed my new writing place and I think I might find myself visiting that location very often, plenty of dogs playing in the yard, and people out for their afternoon jog, it's peaceful and I loved it!
So I ask you, how did writing go last night? Do you ever find yourself in a rut or a bad case of writers block? Does a change of pace or a change of location seem to get you rid of it?