I really enjoy having light bulb moments. Those fleeting moments of inspiration and motivation. You’ve got to hang onto it long enough to find great things to write about. For me, these moments could hopefully be more often, unfortunately. I do have them though which is good. Don’t want to always have writer’s block.

Having experience writing is probably good, even if it’s just more frequent rather than based on quality. The more I write, the more thrilling and motivated I’ll be to continue writing hopefully.

Light bulb moments might just be me taking nice photos and accompanying them with writing segments, maybe make some memories and practice poetry. Any advice would be wonderful too, so feel free to leave responses once in awhile.

Best wishes, Ariana Rose

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I’m hoping to become a writer, playwright & novelist. I'm also considering becoming a Historian or librarian at this stage in life. I'm looking for opportunities in performance writing and publishing short stories in literary magazines. I study English and Creative Writing at university.

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  1. I love light bulb moments too! For me, they happen, unexpectedly, when I am in the moment and aligned with the universe. However, it is only when I reflect on it later that I realize that I was in the moment and aligned with the universe. I find it impossible to truly be in the moment and simultaneously be aware of it.