When you don't know what to write, write about it! And scrub the tub too, it probably needs it.


This is what happens when the cleaning stops... mmm, muffins...

Fun facts!

  • Writer's block was first described in 1947 by psychoanalyst Edmund Bergler. It is a mental inability to produce new creative work that many authors and creators experience in their careers.
  • Research shows that the condition may go beyond pure psychology and have neurological underpinnings. Under stress the brain will shift some processing from the cerebral cortex, where higher level creative thinking occurs, and instead rely on the limbic system, which governs more base level instinctual processes.
  • MRI scans have shown Imp to have a particularly dominant limbic system coupled with a childlike cerebral cortex. The end result is predictable.