Searching for a "no motivation" cure


#21

I literally type everything out almost as if I’m writing a book. Everything is well detailed and I spent about 2 entire word pages for my first epiosde. :joy:


#22

I could try that. Thanks for the advice!


#23

No problem. Btw what are you writing about?


#24

I don’t think that’s the problem. I know what is hoing to happen in the story, but I don’t know how to get there. And I’m really new to writing.


#25

just do the best you can and like @EpisodeAfra said plan it out and lets see where you go from there


#26

It’s about this shy girl who’s parents work a lot, so she spends most of her time alone at home. Her dad turns out to be a criminal. She’s in danger and has to run away. On her journey she will become more self confident, find her true self and fall in love.


#27

I deleted my story because I had 0 motivation to do it. Currently I’m not working on any stories because I have no motivation . I have only motivation for exercising and making covers for people.


#28

write about something you like not what you think other people would like


#29

For me it’s not that I think my stories are terrible , I think they are great but I just have zero motivation and I don’t know why.


#30

i think everyone doesn’t like their own stuff like me for an example I’ve been writing on episode for so long and don’t get me wrong I know how to code and everything but I’ve never published a story


#31

I’ve been having the same issue.


#32

I thought about it, and maybe for me, the problem is not the lack of motivation. Maybe I’m just trying too hard to make a story that everyone would like, when that is never going to happen. You can’t please everyone.


#33

Listen some music while writing the story or before


#34

thats what i do all the time


#35

music most of the time gives me headaches


#36

It depends on which type you listen to


#37

what kind of music DO you listen to???


#38

Again it depends on your musical taste for example I don’t like listening old music so I normally listen to something I haven’t heard before


#39

Well if you use headphones for your music and you get headaches just turn down the volume a bit or just not use headphones. If you have it up too loud it might cause tinnitus, where you get a loud ringin your ear after having music up to loud playing in your ear.


#40

Closing due to one month of inactivity :slight_smile: