Let’s talk about procrastinating!

By chelsey Zumpano

Everyone procrastinates! I used to procrastinate on doing homework or doing school projects. Now sometimes I procrastinate on writing for this blog or editing YouTube videos. I love doing what I do!Sometimes I procrastinate because I can’t think what I’m going to write about, so I’m waiting for inspiration. 

Sometimes I procrastinate because I don’t really want to write about that subject because I’m worried about what people are going to think about it. Sometimes I procrastinate because I have other things I need to do that day.

Here are some things I try to do to make myself do the project sooner!

• give myself some incentive, such as after I do this project I can read another chapter of my book.

• get up early, so I can take Hazel on a walk and that way she’ll nap while I get stuff done.

• cleaning my room, so I can focus better.

• listen to my writing playlist.



If you have any suggestions for what you’d like to see next for Nanowrimo, please let me know in the comments or send me an email to: viblindresources@gmail.com

When Words Just Don’t Work!

by Chelsey Zumpano

I’m having one of those days when I can’t think of what to write and when I do find something to write it just isn’t sounding right! So I’m going to tell you some of the ways I get inspiration and what I do when those don’t work!

1 I look up writing promps

2 I ask my family for ideas

3 I write a blog expanding on a video of mine

4 read a book

5 watch a video

6 Listen to music

7 Step back completely and go for a walk

8 Write a post on writer’s block

If you have any suggestions for what you’d like to see next for Nanowrimo, please let me know in the comments or send me an email to: viblindresources@gmail.com

Inspiration!

by Chelsey Zumpano

I get my best ideas when I’m in the shower or trying to sleep. I’m not really sure why about the first one, but the second is because the night is peaceful.

I love it because no one else is awake and it feels like it can stretch on forever. It’s like night is a whole nother world: one including little pockets of frozen moments. It’s magical the way night feels like anything can happen and everything will be okay. Secrets spoken aloud will stay secret forever when spoken at night. Conversations are softer, sillier and seem to stay there under the warmth of blankets. Ideas feel like fireworks going off and you have to write them now!

Another place where I get my inspiration is from books. Reading some of my favorite author’s works helps me to draw from their style of writing. Writing something baste off a seen or quote is also helpful.

I also draw inspiration from every day life, from conversations around me, cute things my animals do, moments I’ve shared, and just observing those around me. Where do you get your inspiration? Tell me in the comments. If you would like to be interviewed or otherwise contribute to this blog or YouTube send an email to:

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Tips To Help Get Rid Of Writers Block!

by Chelsey Zumpano

Writers block sucks: this is a fact and rather then just sit there and stare at your screen I’m give you some tips. The really ironic thing is I’m writing this while having writers block! Now here are my tips.

1 draw or crafting

2 create a writing playlist

3 sit outside and write

5 go for a walk

6 bounce ideas off someone

7 Google writing prompts

Let me know some of your tips in the comments.

If you have anymore ideas for me or want to share some of your own hobbies, tell me in the comments. If you would like to be interviewed or otherwise contribute to this blog or YouTube send an email to:

viblindresources@gmail.com