11 Ways to Know That You’re a Writer (as told by GIFs)

When you’re doing what you love, it’s pretty easy to just pick up habits without even realising it. From the countless notebooks to the bins over flowing with scrunched up pieces of paper, there are some habits that all writers can relate to. So, here’s a list of 11 ways to know that you’re writer… how many of them do you do?

  1. You write… simply for the sake of writing

 

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2. You spend more time imagining the ending of your next piece than you do writing it

 

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3. This is what you look like when you’re on a serious roll

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4. Coffee is your best friend (morning, noon and night)

 

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5. You have a diary that literally never ends

 

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6. You go through enough paper to make a small forest

 

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7. There’s a notepad stashed away in every bag that you own.

 

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8. This is what you look like when that ‘big’ idea suddenly formulates into words

 

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9. You get a fuzzy feeling when you share your ideas with friends and family

 

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10. Ideas are buried so deep in your mind that you begin to talk through them in your sleep.

 

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11. You with that you could erase bad endings with the one that you’ve formulated in your mind.

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Have I missed anything? Feel free to mention your writing habits in the comments section below!

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One thought on “11 Ways to Know That You’re a Writer (as told by GIFs)

  1. leftieswritingright says:

    When I’m in the mood to write — most all the time — the worst thing for me is when I first sit down at the computer and just sit and sit for a few seconds – well, okay, minutes – just taping my fingers on the home keys. I absolutely love to type – which is writing too – just not by longhand. Sometimes, I totally forget what I wanted to write about before the next idea or thought comes along. So, for me, it’s the old “blinking cursor-white page” syndrome. But, once I get started writing on a particular subject the ideas begin to flow rather easily. I believe that “writing” is indeed a very good way to purge our minds of the mass confusion that creeps in during the day.

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