Writers, Beware! You Too Can Have Mental Illness

Source: pixabay.com If you’ve been writing for quite some time now, then you have experienced rejection just like me. Customers have passed me by as I stand beside my books in the library. My agents left me for other clients. Been refused by publishers and editors. And mind you, I did feel how you feel…

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How To Still Be An Amazing Writer When You’re A Mom

Source: pixabay.com As a writer, you are obliged to write every day – that is a rule. Great writers like Ernest Hemingway, Margaret Atwood, and Scott Fitzgerald all emphasize the need for working on that pen and paper daily. However, writers ARE humans, which have an annoying desire to ‘go forth and multiply.’ And these…

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Writing An Interesting Food Article

Source: pixabay.com They say that if you are having trouble making friends, go over to someone’s house and have a meal with him. Those who share their food also share their heart. The simple meaning of that is that we all love food, right? From the finger-licking chicken to the sizzling tenderloin steak, the gratification…

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Listen To Your Therapist And White Your Heart Out

It is not all day that you feel happy and fulfilled. There are times that you can become so sad and terrible for no reason. There are cases that you don’t want to talk to other people because you think you wouldn’t have anything to say. Don’t worry. Everybody feels that way too. It’s not…

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Journaling Your Way Out Of Mental Illness

The most common misconception about journaling is the idea of comparing it to keeping a diary. Yes, people write anything in it such as their anxiety, depression, and even happy moments. That’s because they assume that the process merely follows knowing what things to write. That the details of it should have a certain flow,…

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Details On The 2016 Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar

The 2016 Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar is one of America’s longest-running photojournalism conferences up to this date. Its origin was dated from 1973. It was led by photojournalists from all over different newspapers, magazines and wire services. The members’ goal is to promote the standards of photojournalism with the use of yearly educational conferences and staging…

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Tips And Tricks For The Aspiring Writer

Writing is a bit like a rollercoaster ride—full of ups and downs. One second, you could be pumping out a thousand words, and the next, you’d be struggling to write a measly sentence. Everyone in the entire family of writers deals with the problem that is the lack of motivation. That is only one of…

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