As a writer, it’s second nature for you to want to write, right?
Well, it may come as a shock to you (and others) that you don’t always like to write. These are days when watching a Walking Dead marathon makes more sense than writing an article that’s long been assigned to you.
It’s not writer’s block. You know what to write, but you can’t seem to put your butt in the chair to do the work.
Steven Pressfield, in his book The War of Art, calls this The Resistance. It takes on many forms and it is your eternal enemy should you let it enter your mind space.
So what do you do when you’re in a writing slump?