1. Visit a coffee shop to do the majority of your writing. If you're going to be a cliche writer, then you need a "hang out" spot for your writing. I prefer Starbucks, because they have a fireplace, good coffee, and the baristas are typically friendly. (They know me by name at my Starbucks, and I'm proud of it)
2. Update your Facebook Profile Work section to "Writer". This way everyone knows that you're serious about you craft, and it's FBO. (For you people who aren't as familiar with the term, that means Facebook Official.)
3. Buy a sticker for your laptop that has something to do with writing on it. My favorites are the ones that look like typewriters, or are just the word writer.
4. Correct people's Grammar. Now this tip might make some people mad. I'm sure you're familiar with the "Grammar Nazi"? Well, this is what you're going to become. You can be that person by commenting on a status like so:
Omg, went to the mall today with my friends. Their the best ever. If you read this, your going to be sooooo jealous.
First of all, let me tell you that if you have a status like this, I'll probably unfriend you. Anyway, proper Grammar Nazi rules would state to comment:
*They're & *you're.
You'll be helping the world, and you can feel good about yourself.
5. The last, and probably the most important tip to being a cliche writer, is to write. You're probably looking at the screen sideways now, aren't you? If you are really a writer, you're probably already a cliche writer. You probably enjoy coffee, or tea, or a glass of cold water while you write, and you're probably following writer blogs. You may even be subscribed to some sort of writing magazine. (I'm a proud subscriber to Writer's Digest) Be proud of your title, and write away.
P.S., I suggest being a Grammar Nazi mostly just over Facebook. People usually get upset if you correct their grammar in mid conversation.