School · Writing

Going Back To School: Pros (For Writers)


Also known as stalking…observing people. Silly me.


Whether you like it or not, you can’t make excuses, be lazy or avoid flexing your muscle(s) and training your mind.


Now now I know what you’re thinking. You already have an IQ of 150. Still it never hurts to crack open a book once in a while.


Speaking of books, you get to lug around a heavy 1,000 page textbook. And of course you can read that if you ever get bored of good ol’ fictional stories.


Going to school has taught me one handy-dandy, life-saving skill. Yes, that’s right, it’s called lying. More importantly, I’ve learned how to lie and not get caught. If that isn’t useful, then I don’t know what is.

There you have it. Some of the writing-related advantages about going back to school. Except for the latter one.

Don’t take this post too seriously. I am doing everything in my power to preserve my sanity before school begins.

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