I want to create worlds, I want to create people, and I want to create ideas

Keywords: creativity , stories , writer’s block , writing

As a writer, I used the rather loose excuse that any additional experience was good, ultimately beneficial to my skill as a writer. Putting aside the general point that having a wide range of interests is generally beneficial for any lifestyle or career, it took me some time to realise that many of my interests related to one thing, that I ultimately want to express through my writing.

https://ferretkisses.wordpress.com/2021/07/30/why-we-mustnt-lose-the-joy-of-playful-creativity

I want to think critically, learn from many, make foolish decisions and have pivotal moments

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I am searching for a clearer understanding of who, exactly, I am as an individual. I know who my parents want me to be. I know how my friends, across varying groups, interchangeably see me. I know how my peers perceive me from what I post on social media. My personality feels like a multi-faceted Venn-diagram: all of the different categories have nuggets of accuracy that contribute to who I am as a whole, but the overlapping center where all of the circles connect is a mystery.

https://mymeliora.wordpress.com/2021/05/13/the-cliche-introduction

I just want to write, I will write as I feel, as I see, as I hear, as I know and most importantly as I experience

Keywords: the beginning , 150838 , 30yearold , adulting , becominganadult , growingup , lifeat30 , newlife , takingcharge , takingmylifeback

I have a lot to tell. Pretty funny that I have just said that. For the longest time I believed that I had nothing interesting to say, that my life wasn’t as exciting as people thought. But I see that now, I have a pretty damn interesting life. From my childhood to my newly acquired adulthood. My stories will be both happy and sad. I’m looking forward to have you laugh with me, cry with me and hopefully encourage and give hope where I can as I tell my stories and document my life.

https://ninaintime.wordpress.com/2021/05/07/introduction