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Journaling is a great daily habit. It helps focus the mind and get rid of things that bother you. It can be used for mindfulness, achieving your goals, emotional intelligence, boosting your IQ, memory and comprehension, self discipline, building communication skills, healing emotional wounds, sparking creativity, building writing skills and increasing confidence. find out more about these 33 ideas for daily journal writing by following this link: https://www.pinterest.com/HabitChange/
How to Really Write A Character... With Depression
How To Really Write A Character With Depression - Misfit Alexa | Writing a character with depression accurately when you don't have depression yourself might seem like a daunting task, but I've put together a little guide on how to do it! Click through to see my list!
If you’re writing fiction, at some point, you’ll probably want to describe the people populating your story. (This isn’t absolutely essential, mind. I’ve just written a short story that consists entirely of dialogue – no dialogue tags, no action beats, nothing – and neither of the characters is described at all.) When it comes to […]