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of the Triad
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Stretch-n-Grow of Winston-Salem (and the Triad), North Carolina

Jennifer Hansel - Owner/Director
(336) 287-1193  |

Welcome to Stretch-n-Grow of the Triad!   This year marks our 16th year serving children, families, and child care centers! 

We are passionate about helping children learn about fitness and building the foundation for a lifetime of healthy habits!

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Have you ever stared at a blank page for hours, not knowing how to begin writing a school assignment? We've all been there. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to overcome writer's block and become a more effective writer. To learn more on the subject, refer to the post below.

How to Overcome Writer's Block

Rest for a Bit

Experiencing writer's block can be frustrating, and the longer you experience it, the more frustrated and helpless you feel. A relaxed and at-ease mind will be more likely to get a surge of creativity. For this reason, you should take a break for a bit. Showering or keeping your mind busy on something else may get your creative juices flowing.

Change It Up

Sometimes, a chance of scenery or approach can be your best friend in overcoming writer's block. For this reason, you can try writing at the park, a cafe, or a library. You can also change your laptop for a pen and paper or even a writing machine (if you have one). The breath of fresh air will help you tackle your assignment.

Seek Inspiration

If you need help getting started with how to approach a subject or a topic to write about, seek inspiration. Read, do online searches, and talk to friends and family. Learning from others may light the spark you need to get your assignment started.

Create an Outline

Staring at the blank page is the hardest part about writer's block. One way to avoid this is to create an outline where you list the ideas you want to cover on your assignment. Afterward, it's just a matter of filling in the blanks.

Avoid Perfection

Lastly, if you feel that your perfectionist side is getting the best of you, shut it down. It's better just to begin writing. Once you get started, it's easier to continue flowing. You can always go back after you're done and refine what you wrote before.

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