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Five Steps To Activate The Flow State of Writing and Beat Writer’s Block
The flow state is the state in which we give our full attention to the action we are doing. In the flow state, we are spontaneous, relaxed, joyful, and free from distractions. I learned that the flow state also helps to overcome writer’s block.
How Writing Skills Can Affect a Career?
proassignmenthelper.com Writing is taught from a very young age--it is very early in one's education, for example, that they are taught how to write their own name and how to write the letters of the alphabet--and these skills are developed throughout an individual's time in the various phases of schooling. Everyone learns how to write, but not everyone is taught how to use their writing skills effectively enough to communicate through writing or able to write effectively, in general. Individuals often face many issues and struggles when attempting to write effectively, especially if they are never taught how to do so. For example, people can find themselves struggling with proper formatting issues or struggle finding the correct words and phrases to use in order to write effectively. If a person is not taught how to write effectively, it is partially due to a lack of development in their writing skills, and this can lead to issues not only while a person is in school and being graded on the use of their writing skills, but also when a person is finding or attempting to move up in their current career.
Is the Frost Files Racist?
Africa, if you haven’t read the Frost Files books (and why the hell not?) is a Senegalese immigrant, living homeless on the streets of Los Angeles. He is seven feet tall, rake thin, and has a voice that can be heard from space.
The Year I Fell In Love With Writing
2007 was the year a lot of changes happened for me. Some I would like to forget (the usual stupid awkward high school stuff lolz.), and some I would never forget. This post will be about the moment I found out writing could be a major part in my life. Whether it be applying for jobs, jotting random thoughts for my blog page, song lyrics I think about or story ideas. Writing has never left me and became a major part in my life from 2007-2021 and its looking like beyond that. I think its cool to take a moment and think to yourself why certain events in your life made you who you are. And this is mine. Heres when I found writing in 2007.
Books From Creators You Know & Love or Need to Meet! Issue 2
Hello everyone, Les here. When it comes to writing, many of us pursue more than one avenue—a book is the stuff dreams are made of. Whether it's via a traditional publisher or through self-publishing avenues, these Creators are getting their words in print and up for sale! Here's a short list from VSS members you know and love or need to meet!
How to Get Free Articles For Your Blog
Blogging is time-consuming; it can take hours to produce high-quality, stellar content that will rank on Google and other search engines. If you are a new blogger and simply don't have the time to create consistent content for your blog and don't have the capital to pay for writers to create your content for you, there are a few options available to you.
Have Writer's Block? Get Outside!
These past few weeks, my stomach churned every time I sat down at my computer. I wanted to write but consistently came out frustrated and defeated-a serious problem with no easy fix.
There's No Quick Hack To Writing Success
Yes yes, I get the irony — an advice article condemning advice articles, but this needs to be said. Anyone who has made a buck in the writing game has written at least one article advising aspiring writers exactly how to do it.
Keep Moving Forward
Vocal has come a long way since it's creation, and even since I joined up back in July. In just those four months, We've been given a word-count in drafts (SO much easier than copy-pasting everything into a word document to keep track!), subscriptions, and hearts upgraded to a form of a "Favorites List". New Categories are being added regularly, and Vocal is listening to feedback from its creators.
Why You Need to Write Ads Instead of Blogs
In a world where people have forgotten how to be really moved by quality writing, good copywriting is a force to be reckoned with. Well-written copy can make a person laugh in a way that's not inane or snarky, and it can make them feel something real too. And if you want your work to be read by more than just your friends on Facebook or Twitter, then you need to write ads instead of blog posts!
Hygge, Small Wins and Tiny Wonderful Joys
Before we get started with home and comforts, we'd like acknowledge those that made it possible to enjoy the tiny wins with their momentous efforts on our behalves. Let's take a mindfulness moment to honour our veterans. Tony Stauffer, a veteran of the Navy himself, has written a poignant contribution and beautiful tribute to those lost. #LestWeForget
How To Make The Most Of Vocal- Part 2
Back in August I published an article titled 'How To Make The Most Of Vocal' and was delighted when it was chosen as a top story!