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Is Writer's Block Limited to Fiction? And What Can be Done About it?

“Writer’s block is a condition, primarily associated with writing, in which an author loses the ability to produce new work, or experiences a creative slowdown. The condition ranges in difficulty from coming up with original ideas to being unable to produce a work for years.” 490 more words

Friend Request

Is there something about being an adult that makes social anxiety more prevalent and the ability to make friends nonexistent? I ungracefully moved into my thirties and have been unable to transition the ability to make friends from my 20-year old self to my 30-year old self. 572 more words

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Strange Celebrities

Strange Celebrities

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When a celebrity has a child it is a huge deal to the world. From the pregnancy to the birth, the media tries to get as many details as possible along the journey. 517 more words

People

Mindfulness Wrap-up

The past few weeks thrown me for somewhat of a loop. We have had a few visitors come and go, which means I answer the same questions over and over: how is your job? 337 more words

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Why I Rejected Myself and Why You Should Too!

“Fear is your friend”. In an interview, inspirational author Elizabeth Gilbert light-heartedly explained: “I am afraid…almost every minute of my life. So, I haven’t conquered it and I am not interested in conquering it. 1,037 more words

Personal Growth

GCSE English Language Writing: Essays & Development

You may have arrived here looking for support on how to write essays for AQA’s GCSE English Language (8700) Paper 2 Question 5 – the non-fiction writing question. 3,750 more words

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GCSE English Language Writing Types: Leaflet

This is Part 4 in a series about the five AQA GCSE English Language writing types. You can find the other posts on letters, … 2,726 more words

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