Writing could be the most exciting thing when your characters are well rounded, your story well structured, and the right words come effortlessly rushing at you. Those are the glory days. However, there are days when you are just sitting there, staring at a blank page for hours, maybe days and in some cases even months unend. And no matter what you try, you just keep hitting a wall.
Maybe you are stock on what word will best describe a situation, or what colour a character should wear, or maybe even on your next story idea. That's the dreaded writer's block. The worst nightmare of any writer worth their salt. Especially when your deadline isn't so far off.
I'd like to know if anyone here managed to find ways that help them overcome writer's block whenever they're stock? Your approach to writer's just might be the solution someone else needs to make their next pay check.