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How to Learn to Love Writing Again

Not so long ago, I would’ve said that writing was my life. I wrote for fun, I wrote for therapy, and I wrote because I had to – I mean, it was either write or get fired. But now, I love writing – for fun, for therapy, and even for school. So, if you’re wondering how to fall in love with writing all over again, here are some tips.

Take A Class

One of the best things that ever happened to me was an opportunity to take a creative writing course in college. That was the class that taught me to value my mind and my words and how to use them responsibly. It was called Foundations of Literature and it had just the right mix of theory and practice to help me understand exactly what I was doing and why I was doing it. I can’t express how much that class changed my life for the better. Since then, I have been taking various writing classes, taking advantage of the many learning opportunities that University of Phoenix has to offer. My writing has improved thanks to all of those classes, and so has my life. So don’t underestimate the power of a creative writing course to broaden your horizons and teach you exciting new things. Think about what would help you fall in love with writing all over again, and then take a class that teaches you about that.

Join A Society

One of the things that helped me the most with my writing and my feelings about writing was joining a literary society. When you’re in a writing class, the professor inevitably tries to get you to join a club – whether it’s a playwriting club or a fiction club or even a creative nonfiction club. For me, joining the Creative Writing Society at my university was exactly what I needed. It was the perfect way to create relationships with other writers and to learn from some of the best teachers in the business. It also helped that some of my professors were a part of the club as well, which made them even more approachable. Now, whenever I have a question about writing or feel like I need a little push in the right direction, I can always look to the experienced professionals in my Creative Writing Society for help. Being a member of a literary society has also helped me to find my voice and define my works, and I wouldn’t trade that experience for the world. So don’t be afraid to look for opportunities to join a literary society, even if it’s not directly related to your major.

Take Advantage Of Online Literary Magazines

An incredible opportunity that my university offers is the chance to publish an article in a reputable online literary magazine. The great thing about these magazines is that you can write as much as you want, whether you’re an experienced writer or just starting out. The only requirement is that your work be original and that you show effort. Some of the best online literary magazines can be found at, where you can submit your work for free. All you need to do is create an account and then head to the magazine section – you’ll see dozens of writing opportunities there, from short stories to poems, articles to flash fictions. Take advantage of these opportunities to get your work out there and gain some recognition for it. And don’t worry – when you do get published, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to showcase your work in reputable print magazines as well. So, instead of just dreaming about being a published author, get out there and start creating those relationships. You never know where they might lead.

Try Something New

If you’re stuck in a writing rut, then it’s time to try something new. You’ve been writing the same way for years, and that’s slowly killing your love for it. So why not try something new and challenge yourself? One of the best things that could ever happen to me was stumbling across a blog article that changed my life. It was a piece that talked about how the writer overcame her fear of public speaking to become an effective and engaging public speaker. In the comments section of the blog post, other writers talked about how they had similar experiences, which inspired me to try something new as well. So instead of just writing novels all day, why not see what else you can write? Why not talk about your experiences in life, your thoughts on current events, or what you read last night? And don’t be afraid to fail – as long as you keep trying, you’ll eventually stumble across something that you’re good at and that you enjoy doing. Once you find that, you’ll be able to channel your creativity in a completely new way and realize just how much you love writing. So, keep searching for that special something that you can do that will make you fall in love with writing all over again.