Going back to my own inspiration
I've been going through a bit of writer's block lately. Not really from lack of anything to say, more from the lack of time to devote to saying it. My inner critic has been trying to convince me that I might be out of ideas or losing my creativity. I decided to shut that voice down and look back on some of the past work I've done to find inspiration.
I've been writing for my own blog for almost 10 years, but I've also written posts for some other sites as well. My biggest chunk of work resides over at The Daily Digi where I was a contributing writer from 2009-2013. I'm still really proud of the content I created there (500 posts!) and I thought it would be fun to link to some of my favorites:
- You must have a great camera!
- My parents were awesome
- Journaling inspiration
- Digital scrapbooking acronyms
- Great photo backgrounds without backdrops
- But I'm not a writer!
- Shoot one thing
- Photos + words = scrapbook page
- Journaling borrowed from the internet
- Person first language
- Gather up some journaling
- To shadow or not to shadow
- Journaling is as simple as answering a question
- Short stories are scrapbook journaling
- This day in history
- Digi scrapping with charts and graphs
- Digi scrapping the movies
- Photographic memory
- Photograph your journaling
- Are YOU in the picture?
- Digi scrapping memorabilia
- Journaling from updates
- Your life IS interesting enough for December Daily
- Capturing real life moments
- How to document the things people say
- Creating an easy instagram photo book for a teenager
- Creative ways to journal on your photo
- Is it Project Life or Pocket Scrapping?
That's just a small portion of what I wrote for The Daily Digi. It was such a fun trip down memory lane to look back over all of those articles. It made me realize how many of the tips and tricks I shared are still very useful to me today. It also helped me get back in the mood to write again. Hooray!