“Bad writing precedes good writing. This is an infallible rule, so don’t waste time trying to avoid bad writing. (That just slows down the process.) Anything committed to paper can be changed. The idea is to start and go from there.” –Janet Hulstrand “Self-doubt, exhaustion, and confusion are part of the process. Embrace […]
via Writing Tips — Jack Ronald Cotner
These are quotes in #writingtips. Thanks to Jack, will you?
That is the way we learn something. See, observe and write.
Journaling on a daily basis helps boost creative thinking. It allows us to access hidden recesses and expand the boundaries of our minds. It promotes clarity and fosters insight as we allow our imagination to take flight. It helps us to assign positive meaning to what life metes out. It improves our ability to “think outside […]
via The Power of Pen . . . and Paper! — Spirit Lights The Way
I think I can do now and then.
“Writing when life was difficult had been my way of life and an automatic thing for me.” In my mind, my heart and my eyes, there are thousands words waiting the right time to dance with their best performance.
Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Aui V. Founder
via Write Where It Hurts — Millionaire’s Digest
A book written by Hemingway is in front of me by now.
I am among coffee lovers in the world. I am grateful with what I enjoy.
Diminished acidity and flavor and added smoothness to the body
via 10 Most Expensive Coffees — Cafe Book Bean
You don’t need to feel lonely. I know that sometimes you need more time to enjoy yourself. Going all alone will not be alone at all. You just stay away from you routines.
Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Ferry Van Oossanen -Contributor, Travel Writer, Founder
The Advantages of Traveling Alone — Millionaire’s Digest
How can you be yourself if you never try. Life is different out there.
One beautiful sunny morning I was sitting in conference hall, surrounded by different people, listening what they are talking about and suddenly tears began to run over my face… Sincerely I admired each of them, listened to their inspirational words and couldn’t stop to cry. Every second I felt that life is running, as it […]
via Obituary — Real Life Ambassador
It is a kind of reflection.
The winds of change blow Refusal or denial Sees no horizon Field scabious…it is not a great name and harks back to the time when the plant was used to treat scabies and the bubonic plague… a tragic history for such a pretty flower. I love their soft, cushioned petals and have always grown them […]
via Gypsy — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo
After all the facts
Befallen by the wicked bees
Begotry was born
Just a reminder for those who has not done any.
1 . The desire to write is not enough. We have to actually write. I’ve been wanting to write a book since my early twenties when I only have two kids around. It took me 20 years and a son before I was able to publish my first book.
via The Greatest Lesson I Learned After Writing My Book (1 min read) — Millionaire’s Digest
Will you start today?
People always live with words. Through the words spoken they can learn to renew some broken links of their mindset. Words commonly used, with no change, can be reagrded as proverbs.
Certain things catch your eye, but pursue only those that capture the heart. —Ancient Indian Proverb Nothing is impossible, the word itself says, “I’m possible!” —Audrey Hepburn I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. —Maya Angelou
via 50 Quotes that Will Inspire You to Do Anything (3 min read) — Millionaire’s Digest