The Writer: Light at the End of the Carpal Tunnel

  Mary sits in front of her computer keyboard, silently willing her fingers to tap out just a few more words. She is alone in her kitchen, sitting at her laptop in front of big bay windows. “Just ten more minutes… or 250 words, whichever comes first” she promises her wrists, both of which are …

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How To Take A Standardized Test

Originally published on ResolutionsOrganizing.com on February 19, 2019. Written by Dawn Link. Editing and Additional Content provided by Cristina M. Miller, CP APMP, ReadActively.org. An essential component of passing any sort of exam, from a high school or college mid-term to the SAT, ACT, GRE, or GMAT is knowing how to take a test. Use …

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Kevlar: An Essential Tool For First-Time Writers Undergoing The Editing Process

Editing is an essential part of the overall writing process. It's also the toughest part on the writer. Submitting your work to a third party to be scrutinized, analyzed, and occasionally even torn apart can be, even for a non-fiction writer, soul decimating. The simultaneously great and frustrating thing about being a writer is that …

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That Guy: The Day My Future Was Decided

My junior year at what was then called William Paterson College. I was 21, tall, thin, idealistic, still naturally blonde, and I was going to change the world with WordPerfect and a dot-matrix printer. Then I met Guy. Not any guy, a guy named Guy. Guy Moore: the ten inches taller, much blonder, Editor-in-Chief of the …

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