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Life facts. I'll agree with most excepting the coffee one.. it only helps short-term memory, and the detractors outweigh the benefits.

Life facts. I'll agree with most excepting the coffee one.. it only helps short-term memory, and the detractors outweigh the benefits.

An article I wrote for the Huffington Post on 25 questions you can ask to know yourself just that little bit more. Knowing who you are and what you want is the first step in finding your purpose. Click through to read the post! gratitude, inspiration, motivation, meditation, personal growth, personal development, purpose, life purpose, life, self care, finding purpose, passion, self improvement, goals, mindset, mantra, journal, intuition, spiritual, developing intuition, spirit, wisdom

An article I wrote for the Huffington Post on 25 questions you can ask to know yourself just that little bit more. Knowing who you are and what you want is the first step in finding your purpose. Click through to read the post! gratitude, inspiration, motivation, meditation, personal growth, personal development, purpose, life purpose, life, self care, finding purpose, passion, self improvement, goals, mindset, mantra, journal, intuition, spiritual, developing intuition, spirit, wisdom

All it takes is one spark to get your story going.

All it takes is one spark to get your story going.

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As K.M. Weiland explains, each “overall scene” includes a scene and a sequel. The scene begins with a goal, which is frustrated by conflict, and results in a disaster. The sequel starts with a reaction to the disaster, followed by a dilemma and then a decision. In the book, she goes into an amazing amount of detail about different options for each of these elements.

As K.M. Weiland explains, each “overall scene” includes a scene and a sequel. The scene begins with a goal, which is frustrated by conflict, and results in a disaster. The sequel starts with a reaction to the disaster, followed by a dilemma and then a decision. In the book, she goes into an amazing amount of detail about different options for each of these elements.

Click To Claim Your Free eBook Of The Most Popular Prompts | Prompt | Dialogue | Writing | Inspiration | Read | Starter | Conversation | TFR’s Writing Prompts | Number 190 | Novel | Story | Writers Corner

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