Do English Students Have An Obligation To Enjoy All Classic Literature?

William Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, and Mary Shelley. These are just some of many classical writers who wrote some of the best and most iconic pieces of literature. Or is that what we are instructed to believe? To this day, they are celebrated, read for pleasure, and the source of classroom curriculum. English courses, from high school to college, never stray too … Continue reading Do English Students Have An Obligation To Enjoy All Classic Literature?

How To Find Your Philosophy, Ignite Your Passion, & Live Your Best Life

What is the meaning of life? Ask a biologist, archeologist, psychologist, or sociologist, and each would reply with a different answer. Present the same question to an adult, child, male, or female and the responses would also differ. Who is correct? Who is wrong? I believe that everything holds meaning. Sometimes the meaning translates to something large that can’t always be decoded. Nonetheless, I believe … Continue reading How To Find Your Philosophy, Ignite Your Passion, & Live Your Best Life

What Animals Can Teach Us About Writing

What is your favorite animal? Does your preferred species fly, swim, hop, or walk? For me, I love different types of bears, such as polar bears, panda bears, and koala bears. I even love sloths, too. Animals can teach us about evolution, as well as the habits and routines of wildlife and nature. By tagging and tracking animals, humans are able to better understand how … Continue reading What Animals Can Teach Us About Writing

It’s Raining Hashtags: The Best Tags To Use For Your Niche

Photo sharing websites are for more than just sharing pet photos, your latest party’s tablescape, or the land of the place you recently traveled to. Instagram can be a perfect place to begin to expand and promote your business. Instagram captions are either going to be read or ignored. The power of your photo then lies within the hashtags. The more hashtags used, the more … Continue reading It’s Raining Hashtags: The Best Tags To Use For Your Niche

Blogger’s Block Solved: A Guide For Producing Compelling Content

Producing content as a blogger can be stressful. You will come face to face with lulls of little inspiration and traverse deserts of wondering if all of this is worth it. I can assure you that it is. All good things take time and can pull monumental effort from within us. Outlined in this blog post are websites, resources, titling tips, and topics to try. … Continue reading Blogger’s Block Solved: A Guide For Producing Compelling Content

Infographics To Read Before Writing Pt. 2

Reading is great for the mind and learning new vocabulary. For writers, there are multiple benefits and advantages reading can offer. To start, reading a vast number of novels can sharpen writing skills, such as plot development, characterization, conflict follow through, and more. Other resources and textual media can be of benefit to a writer. Reading a few infographics every now and again is a … Continue reading Infographics To Read Before Writing Pt. 2

Life Lessons Told Through Song Lyrics

Rap and hip-hop is known for being an innovative and transformative genre. It is also known for common questioning of how seriously it can be taken. The language includes all of the words we were taught to never speak. But what if some of the most important and relevant life lessons we could ever learn, are present within the genre? Would your perspective of the … Continue reading Life Lessons Told Through Song Lyrics

Placed On A Pedestal, The Number One

One. The number that means more than nothing, but less than two, three, four, five… It is the number that changes meaning depending on its context. Many want more than one of their favorite thing. Two flowers is always more beautiful, two bars of Twix is always more sweeter, two hours of sleep is always more plentiful, and two rings is always more shiny. In … Continue reading Placed On A Pedestal, The Number One

What Pablo Picasso Can Teach Us

Pablo Picasso was an influential and innovative artist, dabbling in painting, sculpting, print making, ceramics, and more. He was also no stranger to the pen as he was a poet and playwright. If we listen closely, we can hear the teachings of Picasso. They echo through his abundance of works and the words he once spoke. And if we allow his messages to enter inside … Continue reading What Pablo Picasso Can Teach Us

Mistakes Are Maroon

Mistakes. They are not pitch black like the darkest midnight. They are not vivid in red, either, like the most kissable of lips. Instead, mistakes are maroon. A mixture and blend of both colors, stirring together to create one of the most finest shades. It is because the dimness of black and the royalness of red that maroon is born. Mistakes dictate whether we give … Continue reading Mistakes Are Maroon