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Writing the Rollercoaster

The Pandemic has been both kind and unkind to my writing career. For one, I stopped looking for a job and decided to pour my heart into being a freelancer. This has had medium results. But there have been some victories. One victory came in the form of a community writing project. Back in January…

A Year for the Books: A Growth Story

For those of you who don’t know me, I’m a big fan of yea-in-review type content. I used to buy magazines that would remind me of all the major events that happened throughout the year – from celebrity weddings to natural disasters. This year, apart from Lily Allen and David Harbour getting married by an…

Why Your Website’s Written Content Matters

Lots of small business owners put up a website and forget about it. For the most part it’s a time issue – you’re busy running your business, and your website is a low priority. Obviously, this doesn’t apply to tech companies or online businesses, but for many businesses, the website exists but isn’t updated regularly.…

The Value of Storytelling

The art of storytelling is as old as time. From the oral tradition to hieroglyphics to the advent of the printing press to the internet and social media, humans have used whatever tools are available to tell and share stories. From tales of “the one who got away” to the description of how a moisturizer…


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