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How Does Writing Affect Your Brain?

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Most of us write a little something everyday. It might be a grocery list, a poem, or a write-up on the infographic of the day. 74 more words

Writing

Clichés

You say
the past is the past
but why does it
have to be?
Can’t the past
become the present
if you let it
or if you want it to? 67 more words

Poetry

PAIN AND GAIN? NO SUBSTITUTE FOR USING YOUR BRAIN

Rabbi Ben Hei says, “According to the pain is the gain.”

— Pirkei Avot 5:21 (second century)

NO PAINS, NO GAINS.

If little labour, little are our gains:

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Daily Prompt

Words/Phrases that should be banned

The use of clichés (unless your character uses them) is considered poor writing.  I avoid clichés like the plague (cliché intended).  There are many phrases that make me cringe when I hear them; I will share my Top 10: 356 more words

People of the Internet: Please stop writing in clichés

Communicating in clichés is nothing to be proud of. It means you are thinking on autopilot, lack creativity, or are not articulate enough to express yourself with originality. 467 more words

Eric J Baker

My Happily Ever After..

Hey guys!

It’s been nearly a year since I posted on this blog so this post is for everyone who used to read this blog before. 465 more words

Cliches Can Be Okay

Hey guys, this will probably be my last post before heading off to university, almost completely packed by the way, so I thought I’d leave you with a writing tip. 395 more words

The Life Of A Writing Witch