How to Fall in Love With Writing Again (Even if It Feels Impossible)
Don’t judge me, but… my laptop is totally going to be my Valentine this year. *slow jam plays*
Yep, I’ll be spending February 14th writing about New York Fashion Week and sipping an endless supply of coffee while snow pummels the ground outside.
The countdown to the most romantic day of the year had me thinking about the ups and downs of love this week. I started to see some vivid parallels between a love for writing and love for human-folk.
That said, let me ask you something: Is being a writer really what you thought it would be?
Are your visions of scrawling cutting-edge articles, breathtaking travel stories, exciting fiction or the wittiest copy on the planet panning out?
If you’re knee-deep in writing career bliss right now, I am sending you a giant high-five through the screen. That is awesome. But for those who’ve begun to feel a little lukewarm about our writing work, just know that you’re not alone.
Writers of all levels sometimes groan at the thought of hitting their word count. Even the pros sometimes feel tempted to reschedule a client call they just don’t feel like having.
So the question is, how can we get the magic back? How can we fall in love with writing again?
After almost a decade of falling in and out of love with my writing career, I’ve put together some tried-and-true tips on rekindling the flame.
Pour yourself a glass of wine, put on those sexy tunes, and read on.