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Why Memoirs are Special

“…it is difficult for those who publish their own memoirs to escape the imputation of vanity. Nor is this the only disadvantage under which they labor: it is also their misfortune, that whatever is uncommon is rarely, if ever, believed, and from what is obvious we are apt to turn away in disgust, and to charge the writer of it with impertinence.” – Gustavus Vass (Olaudah Equiano) 739 more words


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Prompt 18: Howl at the Moon

Prompt 18. “Follow your inner moonlight; don’t hide the madness.” — Allen Ginsberg
Do you follow Ginsberg’s advice — in your writing and/or in your everyday life? 493 more words


Celebrating a year of living

Tuesday 24 March marked one of the defining moments of my life. I celebrated my one-year anniversary of being admitted to a psychiatric clinic. I was living with uncontrolled clinical depression, PTSD and anxiety and I came dangerously close to ending my life. 211 more words


Speaking out : Story of Molestation

Speaking out on Molestation is not something I thought I would be able to do, for years I surpassed it to the point I made myself sick. 1,202 more words

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Stamp Your Remind Message

A feature on Remind that I especially like to use is Stamps.  Stamps allows the person receiving the text to respond with a simple stamp (See picture on right) using the… 248 more words


3, 2, 1, launch! Get your content strategy out the door

Last month, I covered the three essential content strategy questions you and your business ought to consider before launching so much as a Twitter profile. 1,481 more words

Telling Your Story

Who Is Telling Your School's Story?

Tell Your School’s Story – As a principal, it’s my job to tell my school’s story.  Sharing your school’s story is so important because if you don’t tell your school’s story, someone else will.   176 more words