Where to Find Your Writing Muse
Have you ever wondered why you can’t write good content? You may not have thought about it, but the problem is you don’t have a muse. Unfortunately, it usually means you are not motivated and inspirited to create. If you are ready to understand where to find your writing muse, keep reading this article.
No matter what type of writer you are; whether you’re a copywriter, an editor, a journalist, or a novelist, you need to be good at it. There is no need to worry, just remember the following: you should stay inspired. While you are seeking out for your muse, pay attention to places where you can find it.
Your favorite book
The best writers are those who have achieved a lot in this niche. Once you start reading best books, you’ll start analyzing them. Here you might find an incredible piece of advice that will be useful for your writing. There are many writing gurus who can become your muse.
When it comes to listening to music, you’d better switch on that kind which motivates you. It is important to synchronize your mood and music you are listening to. If you are trying to create a romance, switch on jazz or lyrics. In short, the aim is to get positive emotions and start writing a good piece of content. As soon as you turn on your favorite music, you will be able to find your muse.
A gulp of hot tea
A cup of tea can not only warm you up but also boost spirits. Green tea consists caffeine (a well-known stimulant) and L-theanine (anti-anxiety effects) that will be helpful if you are looking for an inspirational boost. Take a pot of your favorite tea and start thinking creative.
Travel a lot
The concept is simple: new emotions broaden your mind. If you are ready to draw your inspiration, start traveling a lot. No matter what your destination is, you need to find new impressions.
Still hesitating whether you need traveling? Well, it can help you meet new people, find best practices, and get emotions.
New working place
If you don’t have a possibility to travel, try to make some changes at home, at least. It doesn’t mean you need to do renovations; it means reorganizing your working place. First of all, keep it clean. What is more, you can try another place. For example, try to write your masterpiece lying on a grass in the park, or drinking a cup of coffee in your favorite cafe.
Tell yourself to start thinking positive. As soon as you do it, you’ll notice some good changes in your life. For example, it is easier to analyze your mistakes and find out the way how to avoid them. People said positive thinking is a key to success. In short, when you expressing happiness, you will see more possibilities in your life. Take the first step to keep your muse next to you.
Even thought finding a muse can be labor-intensive, it’s worth it. When it comes to inspiration, imagination is one of your greatest weapons. Show your creative thinking: roll up your sleeves to start finding your muse once and all.
By Andrew Howe, who loves writing and languages. He also runs Adverbless that is aimed to help people improve their writing skills. Contact Andrew via email: email@example.com
Richard Edwards has a BFA in Creative Writing and Journalism from Bowling Green State University and an M.S. in Education from the University of Akron. Managing editor of Drunk Duck, poetry editor for Prairie Margins, reporter for Miscellany, Akron Journal, Lorain Journal…check our About Us page for more. Also here is info on our On Classic Articles