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Beats: An atomic lesson in crafting your plot

As I wrote in my last blog post, it’s important to raise the personal stakes for your characters as your play progresses. You want to characters–and by extension, your audience–feel the need to move forward in the plot in order to reach that all important crisis point that triggers the main event of your play: the climax. 656 more words


How to Motivate Yourself and Change Your State of Mind! (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Lukas Erkelenz

Founder & Owner of: Lukas Eats

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Health & Fitness Writer

Hello to all of you! 454 more words


Exploring Namadji National Park

Today I drove past the south side of Canberra and to Namadji National Park. The visitor centre was easy enough to find, was clearly signposted and had plenty of parking. 201 more words


The ACT and SAT

Alright, let me go off on a little bit of a tangent.

My siblings are twins, both juniors in high school, 17 years old. My brother is currently on a path that will put him in the military this summer, scary yes but I’m crazy supportive. 1,307 more words


SAT vs. ACT: The Showdown Between Standardized Tests

By Karen Rosenberg and Lisi Burciaga, Staff Writers

   With the continuous flow of students aiming to attend a four year college, a common roadblock they face is choosing between the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) and American College Test (ACT). 1,309 more words