If you fall in love with a writer, don’t be upset if they decide to write about how you hurt them. The story belongs to them, and the only way for them to move on is by writing about it.
You learn how important it is to say “yes!” and “…um, no.”
Lucky for you, artistic sadness—like friendship, orgasms, and the Rhode Island State Driver’s License—can be easily faked to produce the desired outcome.
In yoga, you work different muscles; in writing, you activate your brain.
When a writer falls in love, she becomes human. A writer, who eats words for breakfast and bathes in the symphony of verses and paragraphs, loses herself in the lovely chaos of kisses and late night baby talks.
AaronNovy2012, or simply Aaron Novy, was an artist who seemingly lived out in the middle of nowhere.
Sick of looking at a sad feed of selfies and fitness tips?
Work on yourself first.
Being creative is as innate to being human as eating, talking, walking and thinking is.