Having too high of standards can be harmful. Just typing those words seems dirty. If you’ve always been told to keep your standards high, then it probably seems a bit dirty to you too. But do higher standards really lead to writer’s block?
For many writers out there, a nice cup (or many cups) of coffee gives them that extra oomph to crank out the day’s texts. But while the caffeine in coffee (or soda or tea) keeps us upright and functional, does it take away one of
As a poet, I have a slight obsession with form and style. Tweaking line breaks is easy on paper, but not so much in a land of shifting dimensions, aka the internet. Make a window bigger, and there goes a perfectly placed line break.
Many people consider list making overrated. It can be, however, a very powerful tool.
Stop. Don’t panic. You Can Fight Through Information Overload. We’ve all been there. You think about starting something new. You research about it…and research about it…and research about it.
As a new blogger, the reasons not to start a blog are still fresh in my mind. Like many of you out there I thought about starting a blog for some time (almost a year, in fact).
There are certain things that you think you need when you sit down to start blogging. A large network, millions of contacts and the best theme are all helpful, but without this one thing you may not get very far.
Since this is my first real post on my first real blog–I already started one, but more on that later–I thought I’d take some time out to introduce myself (and my blog, too) to show you how just about anyone can get into blogging.