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No Stuck Allowed

No Stuck Allowed

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2 thoughts on “No Stuck Allowed

  1. Sage advice indeed – it also keeps you motivated to write every day. Starting is always the hardest part, and when you know how you are going to start, it makes it a whole lot easier. Incidentally, I love the picture. I see the symbolism that matches this quote quite well – being able to see just around the next bend, but not too far 😉 Thanks Robyn!

  2. This is great advice in theory and who am I to argue with Papa, but this is REALLY hard for me to do. If I know what’s going to happen next…I want to WRITE IT DOWN, for fear my fingers will betray me the next time I sit down to battle the blank page.

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