Writer’s block is the term used to describe what it is like when you just can’t think of anything to write. I believe it is more of a failure to plan than anything else. If you plan out what you will be writing about – whether it’s an article, blog post, short report, or any other type of writing – the entire process become less complicated.
For example, as you read this I am in China, but I wrote this post before I left so that it would appear during the week I am away. This is just one example of how to plan your writing in advance. At the same time, I am writing an article about this very topic. This is called repurposing your writing. By the time I submit the article to the article directory and to the article distribution service (this is a great site that is free forever, unless you decide to sign up for a paid plan, as I have), I will be enjoying the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, and the other sites and venues China has to offer.
The point I am making is that failure to plan is planning to fail. It is all a part of setting and achieving your goals, as well as time management. If you keep a notebook with you at all times and make notes about what you intend to write about, you will never again experience writer’s block.