So I did the math, and I now have a 20,000 word essay to write. For some reason when I graduated college I though that I would be done with writing. Now, after a couple of years in the professional world, I realize that college was just the tip of the iceberg (and that's an understatement).
I don't really have a 20,000 word essay to write, but I do however have over 20,000 words of unique content to write on my recently launched website, which provides homes for sale in Oklahoma City Metro. I had a smaller one done ealier this year for Edmond OK Homes for sale, and it has developed beautifully. Needless to say I'm anxious to get the new bigger faster stronger site filled with relevant content, indexed, and back linked to high heaven.
So after I write the content, I'm not done either. Countless blogs and links need to be written and made - not just for the benefit of a link but to actually provide useful information. After experiencing writer's block (and I use this term loosely, as I don't consider myself a writer) for most of the past week, I have had to go back to my roots and remember how to write, where to get ideas and information that would be relevant. This in turn brough me back to education. The more you read, the more you can know and learn. The more you know, the more valuable and relevant information you can provide.
Writer's block beware. Whenever I see you again, I'll just go back to my old reliable. Read more, learn more, ask more questions. Spark that curiosity inside, and get your brain (and typing fingers) going again.