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Passion To Write: 6 Ways to Rekindle the Flame

If your passion to write feels like it's flickering out, here are six exercises you can do to fall back in love with writing.

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Every writer in a long-term relationship with the work goes through it. Those times when you gaze at the page and have to admit: The passion to write that drew you together seems gone.

Weeks, months, or even years might pass when you and your writing are out of sync. When it feels like an obligation, not a delight. When you stare at the words and wonder why you started up with them in the first place. Maybe you’ve even gone so far as to declare yourself on a break, and you’re uncertain whether you’ll get back together. Perhaps you find yourself asking if it’s all worth it.

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