Of course, it does help knowing where to go. With that raving butterfly dancing around in the stomach, producing a mixture of feelings on whether to do this or not; whether to even experience life, or let friends and family hold tied weights to these dreams. Inspiration is immense when it comes to the choices made, and it comes in many forms: literature, movies, theatre, etcetera. When it comes to this life, the question is not how to go about finding this inspiration, but, rather, when to go about inspiring others. Of course, it does help knowing where to go.
I love Art. It lets you create anything you want-from pottery to canvas paintings to your notebook doodles. It personally inspires me because I love it. One of my favourite hobbies!I will never forget the joy I have in making Art!
Whether it's watercolours, doodling/zentangles or something else, I love it. Creating is one of the best ways to get inspired. I don't have loads of time but it's enough to finish this fable.
I will never stop loving this passion because it's a big part of me, my personality. Making and creating is important because I've done it forever. This love goes well past making a mess in Art Class...I'm out of time!
I have always loved mythical beings. Unicorns, Phoenixes, Dragons and other animals. I am also interested in goddesses, fairies and other human beings. I have never stopped believing in them, that they could grant me wishes or tell me my fate. This must sound ridiculous but it's true. I love storytelling because you can make up characters that don't exist in the real life. Fantasy is one of my favourite genres to read and write. Combining the real and the fantasies sound magical. They might not actually exist but who cares? Take magical powers and put them into a human being and make a story out of it.If little kids can write about the Tooth Fairy or Red Riding Hood we can too...there's more to write but I'm out of time...
Okay, so my cousin just pointed this site out to me. He knows I like to write, as does he, so we both figured this might be something I'd enjoy. Well, lo and behold, it truly DOES seem to be a rather interesting thing! I'm not sure if I'm going to truly enjoy it as of yet -- that will take some time and practice before I'll know whether it is worth the investment of time it could obviously grow to be -- but for the moment it does seem to be something of a nice creative outlet for those prone to spur-of-the-moment ideas, as I am wont to have.
Hmm, this four minute twenty second limit is quite a bit more than it seems, is it not? Even with correcting typos as I go and occasionally pausing I still have two minutes left of time after all that I've already shared, and I'd truly expected this to go much quicker. Surprising, given that in high school the best I could manage in computer classes was around 45 words a minute, though now I've been known to hit as much as 100 if I'm truly dedicating myself to the task and not bothering to fix mistakes as I go along. Then again, what's the point of typing something out if you don't take the time to type it CORRECTLY? Riddle me that, my friends!
Thirty seconds left; any last minute thoughts? I think not; best to just type until the last moment, though, and not waste a possible second.
Verily, and farewell!
It amazes me how many writing exercises I love doing. I own a nice writers' notebook that I use for my ideas. I've written about my loves and hates, random stories, profiles, my feelings and more. I am a bird who can fly anywhere-to my magical place Rainbow Island, Tokyo, Japan or Paris, France. If I want to, I can write about touring the world or start a new story. I'm busy writing a little short story that I love. It's taking me awhile but I'll finish it soon. Writing helps me keep track of my ideas. Free Writing is creative, fun and very enjoyable to do. Writer's block will always suck but if you keep on writing little stories/fables every day you'll overcome it. I hope that my stories will be read one day because I spend lots of time working on them. I don't have lots of time left but I won't stop writing EVER!!!