By Andrea Watson April 4, 2021 Here we are at the beginning of a second year of covid. Most of us are feral by now, life is completely turned upside down. Political turmoil rules the land. There are new rules, new norms. Some of us have been so immobilized by our depression that we canContinue reading “Pushing Your Creative Boundaries”
So I did it. I kicked out my best friend. It was painful, but not messy. he went without a fuss. I was the only fussy one. I a still overly emotional, the saltwater threatens all my food at this point, not just the granola. I am still a wreck, but I have a pleading eye on the prize;there is a bit of hope.
The year has flown by and I have yet to talk to anybody about how the pandemic affected me. I am forever changed, and not all the changes have been bad. I have seen glimmers of hope in the last couple of months, and you are a part of that. That said, some of the events that have taken place over the year 2020 have scarred me forever and led to things I regret. Without further introduction, I present to you my very own Covid story.
From poetry to academia, you can increase the effectiveness of your writing. Whether your work is web content, copywriting, blogging, articles, or anything else, you can always improve. I believe that as a writer, you should always look to improve. In this post, we will go over 13 ways to make your writing more powerful, compelling, and efficient. If you want to impact, persuade, or influence your audience at all, you gotta punch ’em in the gut. Or the brain. You gotta stand up and yell “Hey! You listen to me, you!” A good writer can do this. You are about to learn some pro ninja skills.
Hello my amazing readers! If you are anything like me, then finding the time for self care falls low on your list of priorities. But it shouldn’t! I know we are all busy. I am personally engaged in three major writing projects at the moment as well as being a full time mom and taking care of my household. This type of busy schedule hold a lot of us back from getting the time for self care that we truly need to be happy and productive in life. Welcome to today’s post where we will be talking about some of the best ways to squeeze in your “Me time”. It’s all free and none of the ideas have to take very long. Let’s dive right in!
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