We writers can sometimes make the straightforward awfully complex.
- We obsess about what to write, when the answer is often to simply "begin."
- We bemoan blocks when all we really may need is sleep, a juicy writing prompt or a new colleague with a sharp editorial eye.
After fighting with a complicated new email newsletter template for many more hours than I care to admit, I thought it'd be nice to hear a bit about simplicity from you, dear reader.
How do you cut through complexity? How do you access your own simple answers?