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Daily Writer’s Fix: November 26-30

How to use Daily Writers’ Fix




SAM Outdoor Sculpture Park

Inspiration can be found all around, and a change of scenery can be just the trick for fighting a case of writer’s block. Visit a museum or park today, if you have the chance, and find a quiet spot to do some freewriting. If you don’t have the time, at least bundle up and sit outside your front door with a notepad and a cup of tea to keep you warm and see what you come up with.



Garden Art

It’s awfully easy for a writer to stay indoors, especially when it’s chilly out. But exercise and fresh air are key to a clear head–and free-flowing ideas! Go for a walk today (bring your camera!) and see what you find. Capture some images that catch your eye. Take a deep breath and notice the smell of the brisk autumn air. As soon as you get home, start writing.



Beach Logs and Rocks

Even the most peaceful and tranquil settings have a soundtrack. Don’t miss out on the small, barely audible details in your scene today.



Tree Trunk

It’s nearly the end of the week, and in case your creativity is lagging, we’re going to delve deep into the imagination today. There’s a little tiny family of insects or animals–your choice–living in this tree. Despite their seemingly tiny accommodations, they’re living a life of luxury. Describe their creature comforts in elaborate detail.



White Wine in Glass

We love Fridays around here, if you can’t tell. Since it’s our “taste” day, there’s always an excuse to sample some fine chocolate or brew up a fresh pot of chai tea. Depending on what time of day you’re doing your writing, it may be too early to pop open a bottle of wine, but don’t let that stop you from closing your eyes and imagining–in luscious detail–the flavor and sensation of white wine rolling around on your tongue. Make the reader taste it through your words.
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