What happens when this permeates into every writer––or blogger, in this case?
This can just be one of those ordinary days where you find yourself accumulating a mass load of ideas and stockpiled pending stories that continue to haunt your focus. You may blame the writer’s block but at some point, you will still find yourself in an oblivion, trying to point out the reason why you’re there in the first place. There, referring to your inability to write.
In other words, you cannot blame the external.
The writer’s block, in this case, is external; ergo you cannot incriminate its sole existence with the reason why you weren’t able to write.
More than just that, the writer’s block is an excuse for the writer to not do what he needs, or even, wants to do. Writers will always remain as writers, no matter how the fortune wheel spins over and over again.
Right now, I personally hoarded a truckload of blog ideas and I’m just overwhelmed. It takes discipline and focus. At the end of the day, it will always be about taking one step at a time. This is the first step.
When the writer’s blog meets the writer’s block, crush it. Crush it hard.