How to Create an Internal Mindset Conducive to Writing | Jane Friedman

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.janefriedman.com/mindset/amp/ There are two mental settings that are particularly relevant for writers: Fixed or growth mindset Abundance or scarcity mindset Jane makes a very important point on her post. If we are constantly learning and growing, so will our talent and creativity. We shouldn't worry about tapping out. We also shouldn't assume that just because something... Continue Reading →

It’s Time

nothing but heaven where she once thought there would be doom after leaping from a weeping chrysalis upon first gasp of morning for letting the tears congeal thereafter hands peel and unfold bones fixated for so long via breaking tendons following lungs expanding eyes opening awareness there is something out there I cannot live here... Continue Reading →

Low Key

no, you ain't seen me on your screen in a while, I've been busy trying to cop a pile for a while now and it's not that you haven't been on my mind, it's just that peace is so hard to find when you can't think and you can't breathe, smothered by others personalities baby,... Continue Reading →

Helpful Studying Hacks that Every Student Should Know (2 min read) — Millionaire’s Digest Magazine

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Anthony Bernardo Founder & Owner of: Teachers-to-GO! Online Education Platform Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Education, Games, Successful Living and Writing Writer Teachers-to-GO! Searched for the best study hacks for effective studying. These study tips remind you not to study hard, but study intelligently. 1. Do a little physical exercise... Continue Reading →

The Thing About Crushes…

you spin, surrounded in a circle of wonderful disasters knowing that with a little more work, you could get them to come to Be so you say to me, with just one life to live, I don't know which one to run with, but that's easy to tell, I think, these days just like with... Continue Reading →

Self-Parenting

"We've discussed this." *glances off to the side "You got me through a lot today. You were very well-behaved. I'm impressed." "It was a good day for me right?" "Yes, it was. You showed a lot of discipline. But now, your turn is over." "But I can help-" "You already have, you've given me a... Continue Reading →

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