Here are three samples from the post to give you a taste:
13. Nature. Stuck for ideas? Go for a walk or a jog. Get away from sidewalks and into grass and trees and fields and hills. Appreciate the beauty around you, and let the inspiration flow through you. Sunsets and sunrises, of course, are two of my favorite uplifting scenes of nature, and anything involving water is also awesome (oceans, rivers, lakes, rain, rivulets, even puddles.)
21. Writing Journal. I highly recommend this for any writer. It doesn't have to be fancy, or something you write in every day. Just a plain notebook will do, although a nice journal can be motivating. Write down thoughts and inspirations and quotes and snippets of good writing you find and pieces of dialog and plot ideas and new characters. Then go back to this journal when you need ideas or inspiration.
Babauta's list contains many tempting ideas. I plan to try several of them.
I hope you find some of the ideas appealing.
If number 21 is something you'd like to try, I've got good news for you . . .
I'm giving away a black leather writing journal. It's 5x7 inches, has 240 ruled pages and a ribbon marker.
The journal will go to one of those who leaves a comment on this post this by Sunday, July 5th.
I'll post the drawing winner's name here the following Monday.
(Be sure to include an email address when prompted if you'd like a chance to win to so I can contact you, should your name be the one I choose. I don't share the information or add it to a mailing list.)
Of all the ideas listed in Babauta's post, which have worked best for you?
What are some he didn't mention that you've found helpful?