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Eunoia: a vision in season

Eunoia is originated from an ancient Greek word εὔνοια, which means beautiful thinking, a well and pure mind, good spirit. In rhetoric, eunoia is the goodwill a speaker cultivates between himself/herself and his/her audience, a condition of receptivity. 313 more words


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I stuck to the blues that I love so much for the blog. :)

Graphics were never my strength – buttons were always more so up my alley. 8 more words


How To Write Better Article Titles

David Ogilvy put it right when he said that:

  • “On the average, five times as many people read the headline as read the body copy.”
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3:49 am

I never get enough sleep. 5 hours is usually my max. But it's 3:49 am and my alarm goes off in eleven minutes. Not much time left to sleep. 149 more words

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Blogging for Beginners #3: Customisation

Welcome to another edition of Blogging for Beginners! From this post onward, I will focus solely on WordPress blogs. I talked about whether you should be blogging… 1,123 more words


New Beginnings: One Year Post-Biopsy

Today is the one-year anniversary of my biopsy.

I had big plans for the blog these past few weeks: a post about anniversaries and milestones, a post about a coming name change, another capturing the weird world of living with tissue expanders (among other things, I now have a superpower: my boobs can predict weather changes). 820 more words

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A Note on the Title of my Blog

After a very trying 24-hours, I finally decided on a title for my blog: Tears, Blood, Invisible Ink.

Too angsty?

Maybe. But the title actually comes from somewhere near and dear to my heart. 866 more words