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Muar, Johor Darul Takzim, Malaysia
Ahlan Wasahlan Ilaikum...Nama diberi Nurul Ain Binti Ramlan. Berasal dari Negeri Johor. Menetap di Qrts ILP Ledang Muar. Merupakan graduan dari Universiti Darul Iman Malaysia dalam jurusan Ijazah Sarjana Muda Pengajian Islam (Syariah).Sudah berkahwin dengan insan bernama Muhamad Ridhzuan Bin Rosli pada 13 Mac 2010.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Sometimes you have to take drastic measures to get yourself writing!

It’s early morning. Or perhaps it’s late at night. Heck maybe it’s even in the middle of the day. Whatever time it is in your part of the world, it’s your time to write. You’ve made a pot of coffee, cleared up your emails, tweeted about your latest article and now you are ready to write. So you sit in your chair, look at your computer, open up a blank text page and then … nothing.

So you readjust your chair, take a sip of coffee, tell the kids to turn the TV down, look at your monitor and again … nothing. Nothing’s coming. No great ideas. No words. Nothing. Now what?

Writers’ Block, or just a plain old lack of mental motivation, is one of the most frustrating conditions to overcome for an Expert Author. If not treated immediately, this “condition” can quickly degenerate into a general lack of motivation and focus that could torpedo your article production capability for the rest of the day – or longer – and that’s dangerous, especially when you make all or part of your living as a writer!

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