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5 Writing Goals to Add to Your List

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5 Writing Goals to Add to Your List

You don’t always have to be working on a “book” to be a writer. Use the rest of this month to experiment with some new (to you) aspects of writing. From research to reading, and everything in between, there are plenty of different activities you can explore that still fall under creative living. Here are […]

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Tips for a Fresh Start in 2021

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Tips for a Fresh Start in 2021

The beginning of a new year is a great opportunity to focus on creating new habits, trying fun activities, and expanding our capabilities to become even more fulfilled people than we were in the previous year. While it’s true that we can have a fresh start every morning we wake up, there’s something special about […]

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New Year’s Tips for Writers

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New Year’s Tips for Writers

New Year, new book. If you’re an aspiring author determined to publish in 2021, this list of tips for writers is for you. 1. Create an action plan. Not even writer’s block will stand in your way in 2021. Take time to create an action plan that you can actually stick to. Make sure it’s […]

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How to Set Realistic Intentions for 2021

Filed in Author Inspirations by on December 22, 2020 0 Comments
How to Set Realistic Intentions for 2021

By creating an intention, we make the active choice to experience a specific type of day or a specific journey for the year. A simple example of creating an intention for the day is saying, “I’m going to have a great day.” And an example of creating an intention for a year would be “I’m […]

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Writing Smart Goals for the Month

Writing Smart Goals for the Month

You don’t have to wait for a new year, month, or week to start to make some new smart goals. The beginning of a new year makes many of us feel like we need to write down huge dreams and goals for the year, but come March or April we probably fall off track. But […]

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