Change Your Schedule and Environment to Avoid Writer’s Block (BrainPickings)

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Those suffering from writer’s block might take a cue from cognitive psychologist Ronald Kellogg, who writes,”environments, schedules, and rituals restructure the writing process and amplify performance.”

Contrary to popular belief that creativity spurs from spontaneous and unplanned moments, Kellogg believed that writers can adjust minor things such as the particular timing and duration of writing sessions to optimize productivity and creative flow.

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