How to Train Your Brain to Write More Concisely: 6 Creative Exercises to Try
I love these practical hacks for training your mind to write concisely. Such great ideas!
Women don't have to be weak. We can be strong, smart, and confident - in fact, that's what Christ wants of us.
"The transition from singleness to being a new wife didn't come easy. I found everything changing: my name, where I wake up in the morning, when I wake up in the morning, how I spend my time, where my priorities are, etc."
#7 is a tip I give out as much as possible! It can drastically change your writing.
Editing copy boils down to two key things: recognizing weaknesses and knowing how to fix them. It’s a critical part of the writing process and yet, one that’s all too often overlooked. After all, if you don’t know that there’s an issue to begin with, how can you fix it?
That's why, if you struggle with editing, you’re going to love this article
This article really challenged me to be disciplined about broadening my reading horizons. You can learn and find inspiration from anywhere.
So, how’s your reading going? Are you satisfied with a steady diet of digital content? Are you obsessed with one subject — and only one subject? Or, are you reading more old books, long-form journalism, and content far outside of your comfort zone?
Love when I read articles like this and find myself saying, "Yes, that's me!" over and over again
While there's no "typical" creative type, there are some tell-tale characteristics and behaviors of highly creative people. Here are 18 things they do differently.