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Been a bit stuck with my writing for the past couple of weeks but I managed to unstick myself with a good, long, early-morning walk around London before work. I know Dickens used to walk a lot while to thought out his stories. Will Self is well-known for his long walks. I'm sure that I read somewhere ages ago about Stephen King doing lots of walking but can't remember where.Does anyone else out there use walking as a way of relaxing and letting their imaginations get unstuck? I'm thinking of getting myself a voice recorder for when I'm out for a walk but feel a bit silly about using one of these in public. Any advice on how I can get used to this, and stop being so self-conscious?