Sunday, March 26, 2017

{solsc} 26/31 #sol17 Hello There....

Hello There...

I am running out of ideas to write about, so I'm going to try this list style of post

I keep writing ideas on my Pinterest board, but nothing stuck out for me to write about. Even Chloe didn't have any ideas!

I wish I could write brilliant, inspiring, creative blog post every day. But I can't.

I love when ideas for writing just jump out at me and beg me to write about them, but that did happen today. I kept waiting for inspiration....I'm still waiting.

I dance my fingers around on the keyboard, hoping they will work some magic...they didn't.

I sing the Writer's Block Blues the end of every March. 

I think  about the last two years when I gave up writing too early. I don't want to do that again.

I really really want to finish out the month strong---but this post isn't the way to do that :)

I need to plan out the last four posts I'm going to write this month.

I should take my notebook with me tomorrow as I take my Speech kids to All-State.

I can write about the little moments throughout the day and come up with some inspiration for the rest of the month.

I like this idea--better pack my notebook now, so I don't forget it.  Ooooo. And I have to start a new one!  That's always exciting!

I always write better when I keep my notebook with me.

This is an idea I found on my Pinterest board. I pin throughout the year, so when I hit writer's block like I did today, I have something I can write...


5 comments:

  1. I find it hard to write every day too. I have topical posts for certain days of the week which makes it easier. I like the exercise that you did here.

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  2. I find it hard to write every day too. I have topical posts for certain days of the week which makes it easier. I like the exercise that you did here.

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  3. Best wishes with the notebook, Deb. Record some of your students' conversation, should be a terrific slice!

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  4. Isn't it amazing even when nothing comes to mind, we can still be creative. Good luck with the new notebook and to your kids at State!

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  5. How cool that you kept prompts to one subject. A confession: My notebook is sadly alone. I compose in my head and then write my blog posts.

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