To Weave A Tapestry Of Words
Introduction You know what the spark is that lights my fire and that enables me to find inspiration in almost anything. These are just a few words on that and I hope I can maybe inspire something in you.
My Very Own Vocal Library
Introduction This stemmed from a Comment conversation with Donna Fox in this story of hers: She initially saw her old stories as going to a graveyard to be forever forgotten, but I argued that it was anything but that.
What Happens When We Die
What happens when you die? While most of us accept that death is a scientific fact, many of us still believe in a life after death. In fact, according to a 2014 survey by The Telegraph, just under 60% of UK citizens believe that "a part of us" lives on.In the United States, which is still a very Christian country, Pew Research asked people what happened after they died in 2015. The results showed that 72% of Americans believed that they went to heaven, which is described as a place "where people who have lived good lives are rewarded and rewarded forever." 54% of U.S adults said that they believed in a place "called hell," which is described as "a place where people who have lived bad lives and died without regret are punished forever."
How do I Come up With a Story
“How do you come up with your ideas?” “You have such a great imagination; how do you do it?” “Your story goes with your picture so well. How’d you find a picture to match it so well?”
Write About Your Feelings
We all have feelings, thoughts, and emotions. Some people might agree with how we feel and think, whilst others might not.
10 Creative Ideas for Pinterest Boards That Get Noticed
Pinterest, often likened to a virtual wonderland of ideas and inspiration, stands as a testament to the age-old adage that a picture is worth a thousand words. This visual discovery platform has become an online haven where creativity knows no bounds. In this introduction, we'll delve into the essence of Pinterest's visual prowess and unravel the significance of fostering creativity through boards to boost your visibility and engagement.
New: 'Friend of Medium' Membership Option
This is BIG NEWS! Medium has launched a new membership level called Friend of Medium. It costs $100 more a year than the basic level and offers important benefits to consider while you decide if it's right for you.
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Writing about Writing: Forced Marriage
There is a trope I see a lot, particularly in fiction: Character A and Character B are forced into a relationship, discover that the other isn't so bad after all, and fall in love.
You might not suppose that holding a plank every day could have that numerous benefits, but I ’m then to tell you straight off the club that holding a five- nanosecond plank every day for a week has been one of the stylish effects I ’ve ever done for my core.
Stress? What Story?
Are you an overthinker? I certainly am. If I wake up in the middle of the night, facilitate, and curl up in the magical nest of my warm, soft, covers, I can kiss the second half of my sleep cycle goodbye.
Be proud of YOURSELF!
Do you know what is a really good filling ? When you look back on your life, you are proud of yourself like: "I have learned so many things trough life, I'm still here"
Tips on how to study effectively
During their preparation, clinical occupants learn endless methods, medical procedures, and systems which they'll later use to save lives. Having the memorable option these abilities can straightforwardly involve life and demise. Considering this, a 2006 examination review took a class of careful occupants figuring out how to stitch supply routes and split them into two gatherings. Each got similar review materials, yet one gathering carried out a little change by they way they concentrated on them. What's more, when tried one month after the fact, this gathering carried out the procedures altogether better than different inhabitants. We'll talk about the key to that gathering's prosperity, alongside two other exceptionally successful review strategies which can be applied both all through the study hall. In any case, to comprehend the reason why these strategies work, we should initially unload how the cerebrum learns and stores data. Let's assume you're attempting to remember the life systems of the heart. At the point when you're acquainted with another idea, the memory is briefly encoded in gatherings of neurons in a mind region called the hippocampus. As you keep on finding out about operations of the heart in class or review its chambers for a test, you reactivate these equivalent neurons. This continued terminating fortifies the associations between the cells, balancing out the memory. Steadily, the information on heart life systems is put away long haul, which includes one more cerebrum region known as the neocortex. How data is moved from present moment to long haul stockpiling is as yet not totally perceived, yet it's remembered to in the middle between concentrate on meetings and maybe most vitally during rest. Here the new information is incorporated with other related ideas you definitely know, for example, how to gauge pulse, or the life systems of different organs. Also, the cycle doesn't end there. Each time you review heart life systems, you reactivate the drawn out memory, which makes it helpless to change. The information can be refreshed, fortified, and reintegrated with different snippets of data. This is where our most memorable review procedure comes in. Testing yourself with cheat sheets and tests drives you to effectively recover information, which refreshes and fortifies the memory. Understudies frequently favor other review techniques, such as rehashing reading material and featuring notes. In any case, these practices can produce a misguided feeling of skill, since the data is directly before you. Testing yourself, notwithstanding, permits you to all the more precisely check what you really know. In any case, imagine a scenario where, while doing this, you can't recollect the responses. Not to stress — committing errors can really further develop learning in the long haul. It's hypothesized that as you think hard for the response, you initiate applicable bits of information. Then, at that point, when the right response is subsequently uncovered, the cerebrum can all the more likely incorporate this data with what you definitely know. Our subsequent method expands on the first. While utilizing cheat sheets to study, blending the deck in with various subjects is ideal. Interleaving, or blending the ideas you center around in a solitary meeting, can prompt preferable maintenance over rehearsing a solitary expertise or subject at a time. One speculation of why this works is that, like testing, burnning through various subjects powers your mind to briefly neglect, then recover data, further fortifying the memory. You may likewise track down associations across the subjects, and better grasp their disparities. Since it has become so obvious how and what to study, our last procedure concerns when. Separating your survey across several days takes into consideration rest and rest between meetings. While "disconnected," the mind is effectively working, putting away and coordinating information in the neocortex. So while packing the night prior to the test might appear to be coherent — all things considered, won't the material be new to you? — the data won't stay close by as long as possible. This takes us back to our clinical occupants. The two gatherings read up the medical procedure for a similar measure of time. However one gathering's preparation was packed in a solitary day, while the other more fruitful gathering's preparation was spread north of about a month. The explanation every one of the three of these review methods work is on the grounds that they're planned considering the cerebrum. They supplement and build up the extraordinary way the cerebrum works, figuring out and putting away the wealth of data it's taken care of a large number of days.