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Writing at a Write-In

Last summer, me, my husband, Ismael, his sister, Megan, and our friend Louis Santiago agreed that we would try to do some more writerly activities to try to boost our creativity. 1,419 more words

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READING REPORT: March 27, 2015

I finished The Painted Word this week. This book is a collection of words that the author finds noteworthy and intriguing as well as the definitions, origins, and interesting usages. 398 more words

Books

Call the Doctor: Jacob M. Appel

I’ve fallen and I can’t get up! for Jacob Appel, who, as well as being an accomplished novelist, is also a practicing psychiatrist.  Feel free to ask him if you’re crazy: 74 more words

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"If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant." - Anne Bradstreet

Warm weather? What? Where have you been all this time?

It’s beginning to look like springtime here in New York City, and I couldn’t be happier about it. 542 more words

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Creating a Meaningful Life: Creative Writing Classes

Creative Writing Assignment #1

Our first assignment was to describe our current room or apartment in 500 words or less. We had to set the mood with specific details and describe it enough that the reader would feel as if they were in the space. 552 more words

Creating A Meaningful Life

New Series: Creating a Meaningful Life

For a lot of my 20s I was caught up trying to find what I was truly passionate about. This fruitless search caused years of frustration, and feelings of being constantly lost. 481 more words

Creating A Meaningful Life

Looking Back at 2014

I wasn’t going to do one of these posts — I’m bad at putting retrospectives into words, writing about feelings, forgetting to include something, and all of that — but other blogs I follow are and I should probably acknowledge that 2014 was certainly better than 2013 in many ways (despite my feelings about how the end of this year is going). 971 more words

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