Tag Archives: descriptive writing

Journaling

Journaling has helped many individuals connect with what’s meaningful in their lives. The exercise on this page will help you uncover clues to what gives your life a sense of true purpose. When you have some quiet time, think about … Continue reading

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The Letter I wish I’d Sent…

“Regret is a chance with remedy. Ease your mind and your conscience by writing that letter in 200 words or less that you always wish you’d sent to someone. It can be a valentine to a loved one, a message … Continue reading

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Existence

I write not to discover myself, but to write myself into being..- Colin Channer Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new … Continue reading

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Put It in words

Author Natalie Goldberg’s guide to writing, set me in motion. I’d worked on a book for seven years, but then I sat on it, afraid of self publishing. After reading Goldber’s article, I logged on to createspace.com and clicked the … Continue reading

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Six-Word Memoirs

Okay, I may be very late to this project, but I just found this article in my bin and I love the idea. To those of you not who are not familiar with the six-word memoir, it was founded January … Continue reading

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