In the online game writing is a big deal. Writing uses a lot of brain juice. You need incredible mental stamina to write hundreds of articles, blogs, or website content pages a week or even a month. If you think building a few Wizzley articles a week is hard, freelancers often write 10 or so a day just in passing.
Many people escape the rat race jobs to work at home and feel an amazing sense of freedom. In about 4 months time they find themselves working harder than they ever did- but enjoying it because they are now in control of their work environment to a major extent.
In many ways however this is the solution to their original problem. Some of the problems this resolves is work taking over their lives, limiting their ability to earn i.e. work harder in the job market doesn’t equate to making more, and often not even getting a thank you from the boss who will steal your ideas and call them his or her own just to name a few.
With working at home writing you still have deadlines but all the rules in between are yours. When you work, how much you work, how many breaks you can take, when you can take them thus being able to spend quality time with the family becomes more manageable, and calling in sick or worrying about being fired becomes a thing of the past.
Although this is a godsend solution to those problems it often is the infection that also causes a mental virus that sucks the life out of you later because most people tend to change their work environment but neglect to realize that this change needs to be uniform throughout your entire paradigm as well.
The problem sets in a few months after one starts to find a certain level of success in their work at home adventure. They start to feel the "mojo" deteriorating away in a tapering fashion but can’t explain why. Many become disoriented and they begin to ask the questions:
What happened? Why is it so hard to write now? Why is it so hard to generate fresh concepts when most of my life I couldn't stop coming up with ideas? Why am I now struggling to just stay ambitious enough to get on the computer and write? Why are my interests not gone yet my capacity to write so frustrated? These are all too familiar questions asked by many work at home writers, copywriters, website designers, even programmers and so on.
This series hopes to answer these questions by showing you just why this happens and what you can do to stop it based on my own journey and experiences I'll share. Everything I describe in these articles has happened to me (and many multiple times). If you're new to the work at home realm and haven't reached this frustration point yet don't worry, it's coming! This frustration is actually a sign that you're heading in the right direction. Frustration is often caused from confusion or lack of enough details about something to proceed confidently.
These articles will be dedicated mainly to those work at home computer jobs that force you to dedicate enormous mental stamina to the work you do such as writing, creating, managing people in such jobs as at home tech support and so forth, but this could easily apply to any field of work at home study that involves mental capacity and requires mental stamina for success as well as happiness.
You will learn about how there is much more going on than many realize and that ignorance is not always bliss- especially in an information world! What you don't know can certainly harm you. Within the pages of this site you will learn how to not only maintain your creative and mental stamina, but how to give it a boost as well!