― Alan Wilson Watts
After every single word that I type a thousand new possibilities come to my head for what I can write about, and when one just comes to me that I like, I just hope that I can remember it for the length of whatever I am writing, and just keep on moving my fingers, because I know with myself, that the minute I stop moving my fingers my brain will turn off and go back into that long hibernation of writers block, then procrastination sets in.
But when everything clicks, and starts to flow, I am able to not just finish my writing, but carry on that flow throughout all my other homework in my other sections. I think of it as a wave, it starts out just a small wave, but then builds up bigger and bigger until it breaks and crashes upon the sand beach, then backtracking back into the ocean leaving its mark on the sand, but the majority of the water goes back into the ocean to create more an more waves. The hardest part, like I said before, is creating that base to build iff of, and what I normally do is just start listening to music, and for some reason, in my case I stop procrastinating, and just start writing, and everything starts to flow.