1. Fortunately, I’ve not been struck by the block but one tip that someone gave me was to write a post beginning with ‘I remember’.
    Talk about children when they were little, the phases you saw growing up, what you see when you walk, the quirks of relatives etc πŸ™‚
    What I have heard is wriying helps get the block ho away. So get to it as soon as you can. πŸ™‚

    • Parul, I remember when I could write without prompts:) Thanks for the awesome tips, I will start with a few incidents from my kids’ growing up years. You are lucky the writer’s block hasn’t been a pain in your life. Happy writing.

  2. rima

    You my friend are a magician! You weave magic with your “errant” words and, if this is what a writer’s block produces then may we all be inflicted by it from time to time πŸ™‚

  3. Lata Sunil

    Just write with no intention to publish.. after some time, the words and ideas will form. That is my experience. Or write a question and answer kind of post or a list. It helps. You are so eloquent with your words and I don’t think anyone can forget their natural gifts.

  4. Shilpa Garg

    Ah! We are in the same boat, Sulekha. A blank document has been staring at me for over a week now. Finally, I posted this picture post today. Sometimes, the words, ideas, thoughts just vanish into thin air. But then we need to sit and get back to work and they do come back like in your case. πŸ™‚

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