We all struggle with writer’s block in some way or another. Whether that be writing a novel, a report at work, a heartfelt birthday card, or even your wedding vows… we all hit a wall sometimes.
Some people try to deal with it by exercising or reading, searching for writing prompts online, and then of course there are those that take to social media. What better way to cure your writer’s block than by writing about it?
1) This person coming to terms with some harsh truths
Absolutely worth weeping over. We’ve all had to come to this realization one way or another.
2) This writer who has definitely been all three of these people
The writers with no time to write have it best, tbh.
3) This person who feels they’re being watched
How am I supposed to think straight if you keep staring at me like that, FBI man?!
4) This person who needs assistance
264 is better than zero though, right?
5) This person who doesn’t just need help, they need magic
Any genies in the house? Wizards? Witches? You may be on your own, friend.
6) This writer who tried, but it was out of their control
Definitely nothing you can do about that, so may as well call it a day.
7) This person who like, just can’t
Oh, we know the feeling well.
8) This person who doesn’t see a difference
And quite honestly neither do I.
9) This optimistic writer
Pat yourself on the back, you’re almost there.
10) This moody person
Then of course there’s mood three… where you actually write stuff at a good pace and on time. But it is so rarely seen that we can’t give it an official category.
11) This writer who’s on an emotional roller coaster
It’s a bitter sweet moment. Half way – you can do it!
12) This writer who’s schedule isn’t going according to plan
Definitely go back to the drawing board on this one.
13) This sleepy writer
Writer’s block definitely seems to hit harder when you’re tired.
14) This very excited writer who has kicked the block
Rub it in a little more why don’t ya?
15) This person who has tried it all
Surely snacks should do the trick every time?!
16) This person who wants it all
I personally don’t think it’s too much to ask…
17) This person who is still writing…but…
Maybe it’s not their best work. Good on them for pushing through though! You can always touch this up later, it’s just good to get it down!
18) This writer that spends a lot of time fantasizing
You never know… those inconsistent ideas might become something one day!
19) This person using Twitter as another “good way to write a book”
I’ll have to try this sometime.
20) This writer who just needs a little more time
Please, just until Tuesday.
21) This person who’s on to something
Okay, that candle is a million dollar idea. Vodka’s not a bad backup if the candle magic doesn’t work though.
22) This person who’s trying
Write through the tears, I believe in you.
23) This writer who’s blocking out the word count
It’s not technically writers block if you’re still writing…
24) This person who’s focussing too hard on the little things
Come back to it later! Just keep writing – does this count as procrastination?
25) This writer who’s found a life hack
Just find a fae beauty, duh.
26) This writer who’s taking the term literally
But how do you get the block off the desk? We don’t want it!
27) This writer who’s different
How can you get any writing done if Twitter doesn’t know you’re writing though? It makes sense.
28) This person who’s not even really pretending
But the crossword will get those creative juices flowing I’m sure.
29) This writer who’s broken it down into math
Those numbers check out if you ask me.
30) This writer who is doing their best, their brain just isn’t on board
It’s a team effort really. Your brain can’t be playin’ games like this. It’s not your fault.
31) This writer who has a different process
Hey, at least she’s writing something right?
32) This person who blames the other writing
Those pesky essays and other works are always blocking writers from achieving their true goals. One day!
33) This person who’s just going to scroll a liiiiittle longer
The retweet is key to the creative process.
34) This writer who just preparing for that wave of inspiration
Now they’ll be ready for when that writer’s block lifts and they’re ready to churn out pages. It’s practical.
35) This moody writer
The person who made this was definitely the first dark blue.
36) This person who took the time to make a mug
Not just a tweet, but true procrastination – designing and producing a whole product instead of writing. Legendary.
37) This writer who’s seeing it from other perspectives
I really felt that.
38) This person who’s projecting their writer’s block on their cat
Shhhhh he’s thinking. This is all part of his process. Do not disturb the little fluff.
39) This person battling another issue
And then you have to go through and edit it down – I don’t know what’s worse!
…Writer’s block. Writer’s block is definitely worse.
40) This person that has two languages of vocabulary to choose from
And still can’t find the perfect words!