Got Blogger’s Block? Try Using Photography to Jumpstart Your Creativity

Over the last few weeks, I have truly had blogger’s block (yeah…similar to writer’s block but for bloggers…I am sure there is some name out there for this, so I will need to check that out to make sure I am using the correct terminology.)

I woke up this morning, and I was dreading writing my blog post for Bea  And suddenly, I thought of the blogs written by Annie Hart, Elizabeth Cassidy, Jeannette Paladino, Corey Blake and Shane Perrault.  I went to their blogs, and I realized that they are fabulous with the use of photography in their blogs.

So, I went out to Google images, Fotolia and i-Stock photos and just started looking at photos of stressed out leaders.  You will see why by reading my blog post over at Bea

Suddenly, I had a burst of inspiration, began writing, and in less than 30 minutes, the blog post was done.

So, if you are feeling like you are bumping up against blogger’s block…try a bit of photography or video to get your juices flowing.

And…thank-you to Annie, Elizabeth, Jeannette, Shane and Corey for your constant doses of inspiration…you are very contagious! (and in a great way!).

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  1. Hey Bea,
    Glad the blog block is over! I do think using photos or videos makes the blog more appealing and being a visual person, it holds me there.
    I would say that blogger in the comic looks like me some days also! 🙂
    Keep on blogging.

  2. Bea — thanks so much. Honestly, it’s you who has been my constant inspiration so I’m thrilled if I was able to provide some food for thought for your blog. Happy writing!

  3. Bea,

    The official term for blogger’s block is “blogck.” Pretend you are speaking Swedish when you say it and you will get the right pronunciation! You have been our inspiration always. Glad we could give back. It looks great!

  4. Bea Fields says:

    Is this really the term? blogck? Okay…now I at least know!


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