15 times the Internet summed up how we feel about starting our Bragg essays

Writer's block is real. Yep, even SpongeBob gets it. Image: via Twitter

Having trouble kickstarting your 2020 UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing essay? These relatable #writersblock feels will give you a serious LOL. 

Every year, the UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing invites students in years 7 to 10 to submit a short essay responding to a particular topic, with a stack of cool prizes (and writer cred) on offer. This year the essay theme is “The Big Ideas Saving The Planet” and entrants have until August 28 to get something together.

Whether you have zero ideas or way too many, staring at a blank word doc can often be the hardest part. We hit up TikTok, Twitter, Instagram and FB for words – and memes – of writer’s block wisdom. Fingers crossed this kickstarts some serious inspo.

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@axelwolf8109A Writer’s Dilemma ##writersblock ##notebooks ##ugh♬ original sound – axelwolf8109

@toygasmFirst TikTok ##Stopmotion ##animation ##Gijoe ##writersblock♬ #LoseGravity – dadeshow

@valeriesouthernwriter’s block be like: ##fyp ##foryou ##foryoupage ##writersblock♬ original sound – thomassanders

 

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We have a situation :/ #gachacommunity #gacha #gachaedits #cartoon #writersblock #cartoonfemales #goth #eviltwin

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#writersblock #writing tips @ mosdaboss.com moslemanoar

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Still stumped on how to put pen to word doc? Here, our judges share their top three science writing tips. 

Cassie Steel

Author: Cassie Steel

As Refraction’s digital editor, Cassie Steel spends her days researching robots and stalking famous scientists on Twitter.

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