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I really want to get into writing.

I used to be obsessed with it, would stay up late nights writing stories, I used to use "Episode" when I was younger that's what really sparked it, apparently, I had a great imagination when I was a child, I was addicted to writing before my ex...

I want to get back into it again but it was so long ago (like nearly a year ago)
So, where do I start? Where do I get the ideas from?

I need help...like I seriously can't remember haha
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Wattpad's a good place to start. It's an app so you can easily access it at any time and write stories offline. You could get inspirations from reading other stories and sometimes people write plots or like summaries that are short but it can inspire other people to write stuff like.
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You need to get back in that zone.
* read some of your old work to see how you used to write
* isolate yourself from people only to just be with yourself and mind and to focus on that one little thing that makes you write and ignite it
* why did you write try remembering the reasons
* sometimes when you just dont do something for a while that you used to love. just simply sitting down grabbing a pen or whatever you write with could automatically give you that push to get back in it
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