Can I count the image above as a blog post? I know, it’s more of an excuse, but I’m really struggling with my goal of writing two blog posts a month. Even though I’m only a few posts in, I’m really beginning to understand why some students struggle with writing. It can seem like such a daunting task!
Writing about a writer’s block is better than not writing at all. ~Charles Bukowski
So I guess this post will be about writer’s block. I found this blog post to be very useful in finding some possible solutions. Fear and Perfectionism are probably my two biggest obstacles. I can definitely think of at least 100 excuses why I can’t write…not enough time, there’s nothing interesting to write about, the dishes need washed…
Alas, excuses won’t get me anywhere. For now, I will be satisfied with the fact that I at least wrote something and remind myself of why I set a goal in the first place. I want to become a better writer and I want to be able to empathize with students when they are struggling to write.
I’d love to hear any suggestions you have for writer’s block. Leave a comment below!
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Thanks for keeping it real and letting us all know you’re working toward your goal and are a little stuck. I have a few ideas of things I’d love to hear about. Maybe one would work for you to write about.
***What’s the coolest thing you saw another teacher do this week?
***What’s the coolest thing you did this week?
***What’s it like to be a teacher, a teacher leader, a doctoral student, a mom, a wife and more. . . right now?
***How can schools embrace holidays with personalized learning or enrichment activities?
I hope you find your inspiration because I think you are an excellent blogger, and I enjoy reading what you write!