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Bullet Journal

In our day-to-day life, where our stress level is off the charts, staying organized is tough. We have all been there where we hastily scrambled our deadlines, ideas, or events on random scraps of paper in hopes of remembering them. But we never really do,...

Exercise: The Friend You Love to Hate

“Isn’t it exciting?” my friend said. “She retired from her job and is a fitness instructor now.” “That’s horrible!” I said. “Why would she do that? Was she forced into retirement?” My friend’s jaw dropped. “Sherri, I thought you’d be happy that somebody was able to finally...

Types of Meditation

The art of meditation is just one of the many wonders of the human brain, quite small yet capable of accomplishing unbelievable things. Most writers are familiar with the word meditation, but not many have experienced or harnessed the power of meditation. Perhaps the only...

Your Mental Health

Writers and perhaps most people who deal with creative content production are among the people whose mental health is at great risk. You do know the meaning of the words 'mental health,' don’t you? It’s okay if you don’t. Mental health refers to cognitive, behavioral, and...

The Effects of the Lack of Sleep

With tight schedules and deadlines at school or work, an insatiable addiction to social media, watching sports and TV shows among other things, as a writer, you must have heard someone, or perhaps someone must have heard you say at some point, “I can do just...

Blog Birthday: What I've Learned

It's my website's birthday! Actually about two months late, but you know, better now than never! When I first started my website, I had so many plans and ideas, so many things I couldn't wait to do. My very first post was about my coming out, it...

My Top Three Distractions and How I Deal with Them

Everyone faces distractions and they always seem to be the worst when we're trying to get work done. I'm going to go over my top three, that you may or may not relate to, and how I handle them. My first distraction: my cats. If you...

Tips On Preparing For Interviews

1. The Interviewer During an interview, the interviewer puts questions to the interviewee. Interviews can be formal (structured) or informal, depending on the purpose of the interview, such as job interviews, admission to university, or media interviews with politicians or celebrities, top authors, and writers. Before the interview,...

The Process of Communication

As human beings we communicate with each other every day and when we communicate it is with a specific purpose in mind. To interact To inform To find out To influence To regulate To entertain To record  You communicate by means of a language that is understood by the person or persons you...

Lost Your Job? Now What?

1) Don’t Panic. Panic releases cortisol and adrenaline, flooding your body with fight or flight hormones. These are great chemicals for mortal physical danger, but they can cloud your thinking and your ability to process information accurately and make wise decisions. If you find yourself dealing...