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

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A Guide On Creating Your Own Website

There is likely to be an infinite number of reasons to build a website. You might want to brand yourself as a freelancer, post your content publicly, advertise your business, and so on. Crafting a website that showcases and resembles who you are in the best and most professional of light is important. We are… Continue reading A Guide On Creating Your Own Website

A January Poem: The Letter A

Tiny handsClenching long, shiny polesReflections of smilesAnd victim ofBouncing soundsCotton candy tunesEcstatic volumesWiggling bottoms andPressing toesLike airplane anticipationAwaiting takeoffSpindle to a recordThe spinning beginsWeak twirls grow in magnitudeAnd multitudeHorses trotting lightlyBefore galloping and leapingLifting and droppingA merry-go-roundDanceA circuit patternYou never wantTo endBee-line wishesFrom dandelion to constellationThe aroma of amusementSweet tripsTo swirling worldsLike hoola-hoopsA ring is… Continue reading A January Poem: The Letter A

7 Exciting, Enjoyable, Non-Tiresome, & Totally Awesome Podcasts

It is almost time to leave, so you snatch your car keys, grab your phone, bag, and head out the door. You open the car door and climb inside. After turning the key in the ignition, do you adjust the radio knobs next? Or cue up your favorite podcast, just pressing play? Listening to music… Continue reading 7 Exciting, Enjoyable, Non-Tiresome, & Totally Awesome Podcasts

My Road Trip Playlist

Road trips are the perfect time for reflection. Reflection of one's life and to soak in the landscape as we speed down highways and race across new towns. Road trips also offer ample time to enjoy the music we like and is important in our lives. As a student, the time to embark on road… Continue reading My Road Trip Playlist

Creative Ways To Describe Christmas And Its Lights

Christmas lights make the month of December glow in nostalgic ways. It is the most luminous and beautiful 31 days of the year. Lights are a common scene to see as you drive down the street or walk through your neighborhood. As popular as holiday cheer and lights are this time of year, the ways… Continue reading Creative Ways To Describe Christmas And Its Lights

Christmas Inspired Color Palettes and Mood Boards

We see green, just like the pines we place in living rooms. We see red too, just like the ornaments that decorate and the sweaters we wear to keep us warm. Silver and blue are sprinkled in from the nighttime and winter snow. Color plays a significant role during the Christmas season. Each color holds… Continue reading Christmas Inspired Color Palettes and Mood Boards

13 Writing Questions: Asked & Answered

Composed in this blog post are thirteen frequently asked questions in which I have been asked personally, have witnessed others ask, or have unveiled during research. Taking each question, I answered each one based off careful consideration and my own writing experiences. Frequently asked questions are common amongst many subjects. From cooking to clay sculpting,… Continue reading 13 Writing Questions: Asked & Answered

How To Improve Our Mondays

Imagine for a moment that it is Sunday. Sunday evening, to be more exact. The clock continues ticking and tocking from the nearest grandfather, cuckoo, or watch. Evening skies darken into night as our bodies slip into bed. The moon and stars are officially upon us as tired eyes shut, for what we hope will… Continue reading How To Improve Our Mondays

Is “Said” Truly Dead?

Students and writers alike have heard it before. Cue the hand movements and 100pt bold font quotation marks, because -  "Said is dead" Teachers and mentors have taught that "said" is overused and to avoid the speech tag at all costs. Later, a piece of paper is slipped in our direction that reveals an in-depth… Continue reading Is “Said” Truly Dead?