Julie Ellis

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  1. Elvis Michael
    10/30/2015 @ 10:41 AM

    “Never Go to Bed without Something on the Screen to Open in the Morning”….

    The above is by far the thing that works best for me. When you wake up and already have something prepared, getting started becomes much, MUCH easier. I create article outlines whenever i can.

    Likewise, when im doing something not related to article writing, I open up the app/screen/configuration panel so it’s ready to go first thing in the morning.

    Lastly, not taking a break in the end is something i hadn’t heard of, but makes a lot of sense now that you mentioned it.

    Thanks for this amazing piece, Julie!


    • Julie Ellis
      10/30/2015 @ 10:45 AM

      Thanks! Hope this article will help every writer who have the same problems.

  2. Hannah
    11/01/2015 @ 21:22 PM

    I like how you described different ways of conquering the formidable writer’s block. Thank you very much for the article!

    • Elvis Michael
      11/13/2015 @ 18:39 PM

      Oh, writer’s block is our number 1 enemy, haha.
      You might want to check out an app called “Write or Die 2″… perfect for writer’s block AND motivation. I recently published a review here: https://listiller.com/write-or-die-2-review-desktop-edition/


  3. Julie Ellis
    11/02/2015 @ 02:45 AM

    Thanks Hannah! Glad you like it 🙂

  4. mcdice18967
    11/03/2015 @ 09:56 AM

    Short , funny, and educational. This is very readable, while also very informative on “Focused and Productive Writing “.

  5. mcdice18967
    11/17/2015 @ 04:29 AM

    Really interesting topic, and might be read it later on.

  6. Jesse
    04/22/2016 @ 05:57 AM

    Nice tips Julie. I especially like the one about not leaving your screen blank. No matter what kind of crappy phrases are already written down when you start, it still beats a blank screen every time. Great fuel to get started.