Blah, Blah, Blah

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Writers block has always been an issue for not only authors but also for average Joes like me. It can be difficult to do any kind of writing when you are chained by your own mind. This is an immense issue because authors cannot develop ideas to put them into action on the page. Although there are many ways that writers do away with writers block, the best solution for is to take a pen to paper and just start letting ideas flow randomly onto the page so that your mind can break free. This solution is called free writing. Free writing is not only good for unblocking your mind, but also to keep your thoughts on the page so that you can keep your soul at peace. The idea behind free writing is that you must keep your pen to paper the whole duration of the writing session. Usually free write sessions are short, to get thoughts flowing before working on traditional piece. If you are not able to come up with a next word just write “blah, blah, blah” until something clicks. This makes it so that the writer must not pause to think of his next word, which keeps this form of writing completely free from thought interruption making it all from your heart. Traditional writing is when you have structure behind the piece of work and it must comply with standard grammar, spelling, and punctuation. This can impede with natural creativity by making a maze that you must find your way through in order to complete your piece of work. So many authors have trouble expressingtheir ideas and thoughts on a page when society tells them that they have to oblige by these rules. An example of the loops a writer has to jump through in order to complete their work is the assignment sheet of guidelines for this paper. This document goes over the “correct” way to write a problem-reducing essay. The grade you receive on this essay is determined by how well you can follow these guidelines. This is impeding on natural creative juices and contains them into a cage like a wild animal at the zoo. You...