Lifestyle Yvonne Tang | Senior Graphic Artist Maybe it's midterm season, and you have a million different papers that are due, or maybe you write for a publication on campus and can't think of any new ideas for what to write.You're experiencing writer's block and feel as if you can't move past the title of what you're writing. Some people think there's no way to get out of that rut — you just have to wait it out until you're ready to write again. However, where there's a will there's a way. Here are three methods to get you out of writer's block. The brain dump method. Let's say you're trying to write a paper, but you don't know where to start. You have all these ideas, and you know what you want to talk about. You just don't know how to write it. My solution — dump it out. Get on Google Doc and just start typing. Don't worry about how it sounds or if it's organized. Just get the words out, and eventually you'll find your way. But maybe it's not an essay you're trying to write. Maybe you write poetry for fun and you've been on a creative block — really struggling to get your emotion on the page. The brain dump method works here, too. Write out everything you're thinking or feeling and eventually you'll find a poem in there somewhere. Sometimes we think we're stuck because we have nothing to say when that's not […]
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