Staff Picks

  • Luis Samways
    Published 3 years ago
    Give Up the Day Job & Chase Your Dreams!

    Give Up the Day Job & Chase Your Dreams!

    Success is a funny thing. It can be quite elusive. It can also be jaded, like an ex-lover that you used to enjoy tumbling around with. And just like that ex-lover of yours, the way you saw him/her was as clear as day at the time of courtship. But then something happened. Life got in the way. It has a habit of doing that. It's a mightily intrusive habit, but it happens pretty much every single day.
  • Diví Ikpe
    Published 3 years ago
    I'm Going Back to Cali

    I'm Going Back to Cali

    Los Angeles, California, the city of angels, the place where dreams are made of. It's suc a cliché to say that you want to move to California but I do. The question is, what will I do once I get there? Well, I'm 19 years old so if I were indecisive, I technically have plenty of time to decide. Here's the thing, I already know what I primarily want to do in order to make a living. The problem is that there are so many things I want to do in addition to that. It really shouldn't be much of a problem seeing as there's now easy access to the internet and social media, well there shouldn't be much of a problem in theory. I like to think of myself as a modern day renaissance woman, but I have to overcome some barriers based on the current lack of resources I have.
  • Jenny Medeiros
    Published 3 years ago
    Stressed and Overworked? Here's How To Relax and Boost Productivity at The Same Time

    Stressed and Overworked? Here's How To Relax and Boost Productivity at The Same Time

    “What! The project is due for Monday? I’ll get right on it!” You shout before putting down the slice of toast you thought was your phone and promise yourself you’ll try to get more sleep tonight.
  • N M
    Published 3 years ago
    Dyslexia - What You Don't Know

    Dyslexia - What You Don't Know

    Let's start off by stating that I am dyslexic. Many of the sentences I write may or may not make sense, so I do apologise in advance.
  • Noel Leon
    Published 3 years ago
    Creating vs Consuming

    Creating vs Consuming

    “Just as much as we see in others, we have in ourselves.”~William Hazlitt
  • Alexius McCoy
    Published 3 years ago
    How to Work from Home and Be Successful

    How to Work from Home and Be Successful

    If you are looking into working from home and you aren't sure if you will be able to do it, you have come to the right place. Here's all you need to know about working from home and being the best at it.
  • Casey Parker
    Published 3 years ago
    Testing... 1, 2. Testing

    Testing... 1, 2. Testing

    This is going to sound a little pointless. I assure you, it's not. Today, I took a retest. That's totally normal; the weird bit is that I aced the thing the first time.
  • Rachel Thompson
    Published 3 years ago
    This Is the Reason Content Marketing for Writers Matters

    This Is the Reason Content Marketing for Writers Matters

    Content marketing. It's not a term most writers are familiar with, likely because anything with the term 'marketing' in it makes us want to run away and cower in the safety of our tried and trusty pens and pads.
  • Fahim Ahmed
    Published 3 years ago
    The Facebook Algorithm Explained

    The Facebook Algorithm Explained

    A few years ago, back when Facebook relatively had a lot fewer users, you would be able to view every post from pages you liked in your timeline. Now, with almost 2 BILLION users active on the site, as well as the insane amount of marketers and advertisers getting their content on ad space on Facebook, there really isn’t enough space to push all content on people’s feeds.