The mini-lights are twinkling, the eggnog’s topped with rum, and the smell of pine boughs is in the air. This writer is feeling festive and—while Orange Phase restrictions have put a serious damper on my shopping this year—I’m sending you a stocking full of intangible, but valuable, gifts for your holiday writing projects and 2021 storytelling resolutions.
Remember the Cabbage Patch dolls craze? I still feel nostalgia when I think of the holiday-mania of the 1980s when our parents lined up outside the Sears in the hopes of scoring one of those...
You can learn as much about leadership, conflict, and human nature from classic literature as you can from the latest biz book. Here’s how it can help and what books to start with.
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Blogging is alive and kicking in 2020, and here’s why and how you can prioritize blogging to increase traffic to your business in 2021
One question I often get as a copywriter is how my services help to improve website projects. For full disclosure on this guest post, Crystal is my content manager and I am the copywriter she brings...
I spent the first week of August this year on Prince Edward Island with my family. We rented a cute little cabin near bike paths, a legendary fish and chips stand, the bay and the beach. And...
While I’ve said many times before that I don’t subscribe to ‘writer’s block’, I think lack of motivation can be a real problem for many people writing for their business or social media accounts.
What do you do when you’re staring at a blinking cursor on a blank page while making deals with yourself to get out of having to finish that blog post?
Well, you write.
Once you get the ball rolling, it’s much easier to get the writing done. Here are a few simple exercises to get going in just a few minutes.