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muscma01 says

I am an Audio Jungle author and I have some serious writers block. The past few days I’ve sat down to make some music and it is all just kind of blah. I am afraid I have a case of writers block, and I am looking for some suggestions from others on what they do when they have a serious creative block.

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Creattive says

Go out. Live your life. Do what you like to. Don’t stress yourself. Watch art, listen to music, do anything that inspires you but don’t force it. Meet your friends. Have a good conversation.

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muscma01 says

@Creattive Good advice

@DragonSigh Thanks for the link, I liked that poster in that forum thread.

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muscma01 says

@DragonSigh

ps I am now using that picture of the horse as my desktop wallpaper

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Bedros says

Go out. Live your life. Do what you like to. Don’t stress yourself. Watch art, listen to music, do anything that inspires you but don’t force it. Meet your friends. Have a good conversation.

+1 , Spend more time with your beloved ones, don’t think about “work”. So simple, but always works.

Never push yourself , that is the worst way ever to trigger a creative process.

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BrownHouseMedia says

Bills to pay works for me.

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muscma01 says

@Bedros good advice.

@BrownHouseMedia haha I think paying the bills is what has given me the block.

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JonBuice says

I’ve gotten to the point where I just accept writers block sometimes. I take it as my mind creative telling me it needs a rest. I use the time to focus on other things. I know ideas will come eventually, so I try not to worry :)

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digitalscience says

I usually get blocks if I’m stressed / tired / thinking too much.. so take a break, clear the mind, do something new that might spark some inspiration, like go on a hike somewhere you’ve never been. Don’t think about the end result, just focus on the first step getting there. In stillness is where all creativity comes to be.

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