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Want the Answer to Life (Blogging)? Read Me.

Welcome back! We are glad that you have chosen to continue on your journey with us. We will always strive to provide you with the best resources that we deem necessary and to help avoid any hurdle from preventing your progress with Passive Income and Financial Independence. 748 more words

The Blog Project

Writing with a Full-Time Job

I am a little bit of a productivity addict. I love to make lengthy checklists–at work and at home. It’s partly practical, to keep myself on task, to sort out some sort of priority system when there’s a mountain of stuff to do and I have no idea where to start, but I also really love to admire all the things crossed out, proof of what I’ve accomplished in my day. 631 more words


I'm Unorganized

In a feeble attempt to get my life in order, I am working on a way to get everything I need in my daily life into one compact little notebook. 472 more words

Naked Tea Sipping

"Ain't Nobody Got Time for That"

It’s April 16th…we’re half-way there!


Half way through April 2018’s Camp NaNo that is.

One of the most common complaints I hear when talking to people about NaNoWriMo, is there isn’t enough time in the day to bang out 1667 (if you’re shooting for a 50K word draft in 30 days) words. 358 more words

Independent Authors

Stayin' Alive

Hey everyone, I’m still here, sorry for the long absence.  These past couple of months have been busy and stressful, but I’m hoping to get back to something like a normal writing/posting schedule. 100 more words


WRITE 1,000 WORDS EVERY DAY: Creating a Writing Schedule

Write 1,000 words every day. It might be the best writing advice I ever got. Yes, we can learn much about the craft of writing, about style and narrative structure and how to research. 1,014 more words

Self Publishing

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Rules for A Minimalist Writer

Being a minimalist writer is serious business. These are the rules you need to follow if you want to be a minimalist writer: 127 more words

Being A Writer