Creativity Sink Hole

Just wanting to smash my keyboard right now, that’s all.  Got that feeling that I want to create something but can’t put together what that is or should be.

I get this feeling a lot.  Why is that?  I honestly have no idea.  One thing that I would love to do is create a product I can sell on the side of my regular job, but often times (including now) I feel like I have no useful skills.  Or the skills that I do have, I’m not sure how to market properly.

Ah well, that’s just my issue.  What’s bugging you?

2 thoughts on “Creativity Sink Hole

  • December 28, 2017 at 3:45 pm
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    large amount of work? I’m completеly new to operating a bloց but I
    dο write in my diarу every day. I’d ⅼike to start ɑ blog so I wіlⅼ be able to share my own experience
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    • January 16, 2018 at 3:17 pm
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      Hey, first off sorry I missed your comment – looks like you were here a few weeks ago.

      I don’t know about this page being “well-established” but I put a moderate amount of work into it. Depending on what goals you have, you either will need to put a lot of work into it, or just a little bit. If you want to grow your blog and get readers, you need to do some legwork. Write a lot, promote, comment on other people’s pages. That kind of thing.

      If you want better tips, go to http://www.reddit.com/r/blogging – there are more experts there than me!

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