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5 Things Every Writer Needs to Do This Year

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5 Things Every Writer Needs to Do This Year

A new year has started and you’re more determined than ever to find a writing lifestyle that works for you. You are ready to write a book this year. So, what exactly do you need to have a successful writing year? Here are five things every writer needs to do to be productive this year. […]

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Navigating Your Best Year Yet

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Navigating Your Best Year Yet

You are cruising into the second week of January with ease. You’ve stuck to your guns on your diet, your gym routine is starting to make sense, and your planners are effortlessly mapping out all of the things you want to tackle this month. What about those writing goals you set? Have you met that […]

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2020 New Year’s Resolutions for Writers

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2020 New Year’s Resolutions for Writers

Every year, we sit and write down our resolutions and goals for the new year ahead of us. This time, however, we’re not only embarking on a new year, but we have an entirely new decade in front of us. There is no better time to dream bigger dreams and accomplish your biggest goals. Here […]

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Making Time to Write During the Holidays

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Making Time to Write During the Holidays

The days between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day are quite possibly the busiest of the entire year. That means it may be even more difficult to find time to write. Don’t let the holidays throw off your writing routine though. Here are seven ways to continue making time to write during the holiday season. Make […]

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Why Your Writing Project Needs a Deadline

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Why Your Writing Project Needs a Deadline

The likelihood of achieving a goal without a deadline is pretty slim. We can continuously punt tasks lacking a due date down the field, and before we know it we’ll have pushed certain goals into the next year. To ensure you reach your writing goals, it’s important to set both small and large deadlines for […]

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