The idea came across my mind about applying to get into a creative writing program at a university. I would need some classes that I could take at a community but then transfer. But like most creative spaces, you don't need school to be accomplished. Much like music, art, and writing, all you need to do is practice, practice, practice and hone your craft until your good and eventually someone's going to notice. So would a creative writing degree be worth it? To me the idea would mean I'm taking my desire to write from a hobby to being very serious about it. And like most creative spaces; there's money if you're really, really good, otherwise you're struggling relying on a another job to fuel the creative career. Certainly having a degree could change the dynamic of my ability to earn or it could be useless. My writing will improve since I can learn I'll be learning all the technicalities, and better learn structure etc. I've always had a nack for writing, always got A's on my school essays. I really do love to write, it keeps all my over-thinking and swirling thoughts at ease. I decided to start writing as a venting tool but it's evolved into something more. Tell me your thoughts. Yours.