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What are Morning Pages? What are the Benefits? | Journaling #1

I wanted to begin my journaling series with something anyone can do. Something that even after 21 days of my month-long journaling challenge, I have gained so much from. What are Morning Pages? The concept of morning pages comes from Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way and the idea is expanded upon in The Miracle of

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How to Write Every Day

In the month of November, many seasoned, regular, and first-time writers come together for NaNoWriMo. Their goal is to write 50,000 words in November. This is entirely possible, even with a full-time job, especially if you’re a student or work part-time. I have had my own troubles with writing NaNoWriMo but I’ve written about them

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Productivity in a World of Distractions

Technology has had an incredible impact on creativity. The number of people on YouTube who create mind-blowing content is remarkable. The blogs, the podcasts, the photography/art portfolios, ebooks… the list goes on and on and on. Technology has done achieved so much in the world of creativity, but it comes with a lot of distractions.

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How to Create Realistic and Interesting Characters for Your Stories

Imagine you are your character. I will be Li, a 25(ish) year-old woman, currently living in Wolverhampton, England. Creating this base for your character is important. She has a name, age, and general setting. These are the three first things to base everything else about your character and your story on. The character’s name gives

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