School · Writing

Why School Is Beneficial To Writers

I figured I’d compile some reasons to convince myself that school isn’t the worst thing in the world.

It makes you experience necessary evils, which pushes you out of your comfort zone, teaching you lessons you never would have learned otherwise.

From a writer’s perspective, school gets you to write, thereby improving your writing, while also providing inspiration for future stories.

I’m not all too convinced.

12 thoughts on “Why School Is Beneficial To Writers

  1. I love school. There are so many different classes I want to take, degrees I would love to get, but I just don’t want to spend the money doing it.
    But I do agree with you. School teaches you more lessons than you would think.


  2. I think it is an amazing experience, and it taught me a great deal. But I have to say that a majority of my writing ideas came from areas outside of my education. Though, as a physical therapist, my books are riddled with medical/physical tidbits, but even if they weren’t there, I’d still be writing a lot. And probably including something else, instead. Keep at it, girl!


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