The way we organize our books can reveal a lot; do we organize to fit a trend, prepare for research, or simply for asthetic appeal?
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Being busy is often honored, revered and complimented, but busy-ness often results in poor productivity, mistakes, and overwhelm.
Distractions pull our attention away, but they don’t have to. We can learn how to use them to focus and improve our writing.
Story isn’t just a way to entertain. It may be the best way to deliver your message. A well crafted tale can change the world.
We’ve all heard that visualization is the key to success. But research shows it’s better to take it slowly and focus on the task you can do.
The origins of creativity have been debated over the years. But creativity and it’s muse has always been necessary for the artist.
Writing is expected to be difficult and difficulty is often idolized as necessary. Rather than question the process, we should welcome the ease and expertise we’ve developed.
A book club meeting is more fun when we DON’T agree on the merits of a particular book. Join author and teacher Catharine Bramkamp as she explains why book clubs serve a vital role in society.
Sometimes we find ourselves in a rut, where even our tried and true methods can’t pull us out. Catharine Bramkamp tells us how to shake it up and break the rut.