Friday, March 25, 2016

Day 25, Friday, March 25th


A blank page.
A cursor blinking on a screen.
No idea what's next …(maybe no idea what’s first, either.)

Just listen.

A thought will come. Get it down.
Then another, and another.
Before you know it, you're into the story, and the inspiration is flowing. 

Apparently, it works just like priming an old-time pump. (Not that I have any idea how they worked. Guess I need to google it! )  J.M. Clark

Creativity Kick-Starter
Did you know that’s good for the noodle to doodle? It’s true. Doodling unblocks short and long term memory and it opens up linguistic avenues by concentrating on visual ones. At least that’s what the article I read suggested.

So the next time you're at church and you start drawing dragons on your program, you’re not wasting time, you’re channeling the creative spirit.
- PJ Switzer

Writing Sprint
(Use the image as inspiration for a story, poem, etc)

Let's get the mojo going. 
Set your timer for 15 minutes 
and write fast & furious. 
- PJ Switzer

Ready. Set. Go!

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Productivity Pointers


This one’s for my list makers. Consider making a short to do list before you go to bed. That way you can hit the ground running each morning. 

Disclaimer: I love this idea but with my kids and dog … and personality it would never work.
- PJ Switzer

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