When It Seems Like You’ll Never Become A Writer

Thought Catalog


1. You are a writer. You write letters or you journal or you write the beginning of a novel that goes absolutely nowhere. But you play with words and you do it often — how could you not be a writer? 

2. You’re young. Or you’re old. Or you’re living in a hazy middle. No age is the absolute best perfect age for writing. 

3. Stopping now would be ludicrous. Because you still secretly enjoy it. Because you’re in too deep. Because you can’t let down the little voice of your 9-year-old self when he said that he wanted to be a writer for the first time. Continuing may not feel good, but stopping would feel at least 67,485 times worse. 

4. Figure out how to see the poetry in the every day again. Move to a new neighborhood. Try on a new city. Name at least 10 different shades…

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