There’s a method highly recommended for writers who are stuck and finding it hard to write, especially those re-booting their writing or starting a really hard project. It is the Pomodoro Technique: setting a simple kitchen timer and writing full tilt until the timer goes off after fifteen or thirty minutes. You’ve seen these timers – they take the form of a tomato i.e. pomodoro, or chicken, or whatever. I myself have a little yellow owl. I’ve never had to use it for writing per se; but the day came when I was having cold feet about promotion activities and at my wits’ end. I twisted the owl as far around as it went, and got to work. And it did the trick. 🙂 This is doable – anybody can write for just 15 minutes at least once a day. It gets you unstuck and you’ll likely go over the time limit; if not it still gets something actually done. And it trains your brain to concentrate and not get derailed by email and social media. Recommended!
Word to the wise: Get with it!