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When Not to Edit Your Writing

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When Not to Edit Your Writing

There is a time and place for everything and editing your work is no exception. Writing is a creative process and should be practiced with the least possible interruptions. Editing while writing can have a disruptive and negative effect on the creative flow of thoughts and as such should be avoided. The ideal scenario is […]

Self-Directed Learning

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Self-Directed Learning

It’s pretty standard practice for the majority of people to start out in the learning process of life by being taught. You are taught basic tasks and functions by your parents. From the first day you enter a classroom, you are taught by an assortment of teachers, instructors and educators of various types. You spend […]

4 Tips for Surviving Your First Year of College

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4 Tips for Surviving Your First Year of College

Freshman year in college can be difficult. It’s usually the first time you’re living away from home with the responsibilities of adulthood. Some people find it exciting and excel on their own, while others need help adjusting. There’s nothing wrong with needing more guidance. Check out these tips on how to survive your first year […]

10 Steps to a Brilliant College Literature Paper

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10 Steps to a Brilliant College Literature Paper

If you dread writing literature papers, you’re not alone. Most non-English majors think writing papers about literature is a major hassle, in part because they aren’t sure what to write about, how to put the paper together, and what the professor is looking for. By following these to steps not only will your papers be […]

5 Things to Try When You Write and get Stuck

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5 Things to Try When You Write and get Stuck

Many writers start working enthusiastically on a new fiction project, only to run out of steam halfway through. Though frustrating, this can be a great opportunity to improve the piece. This article contains five concrete exercises to help writers regain their excitement to write and generate new ideas for a project that’s hit a roadblock.

5 Types of Prompts to Get You Writing Today

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5 Types of Prompts to Get You Writing Today

Thinking of good ideas for stories can be half the battle when it comes to creative writing. This article looks at looks at five ways writers can get prompts for stories, some relying on random luck and others on sharing ideas with others. By using these methods, writers can find inspiration and write stories they […]

Free Financial Aid Reminders with NextgGenVest Service

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Free Financial Aid Reminders with NextgGenVest Service

Vesting in the next generation is the mission of NextGenVest service. If you’re headed to college next year or already attending one, you will love what the NextGenVest service offers you for free. Everyone knows how much of a pain financial aid applications can be as a senior in high school and then through your […]

3 Effective Techniques for Starting Your Essay Introduction

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3 Effective Techniques for Starting Your Essay Introduction

Whether you are writing an essay for English class or an exam, you want to start off your essay introduction powerfully and skillfully. The best news– you don’t have to be an awesome writer to do it. By using one of these three techniques correctly, you can start your essay off in a way that […]

7 Must Knows for Poetry Writing, & Everything Else

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7 Must Knows for Poetry Writing, & Everything Else

Poetry is ideal for anyone with a frustrated creative urge. Many accept that they cannot paint, or play a musical instrument, and most haven’t the imagination (or time) to write a novel. But poetry is different. Everyone can write, and everyone has the time to write a four line stanza on some experience or event […]

Formatting Your Essay in APA

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Formatting Your Essay in APA

School can be overwhelming with many deadlines overlapping and the stress of graduation always looming. Add to that the stress of writing a solid essay, and you are sure to have an anxiety-filled semester. Knowing how to use American Psychological Association’s (APA) guidelines for citation can help lessen the stress of also having to deal with […]