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A Tumbler of Your Daily Life – Making the Most Out of Journaling

September 29th, 2017; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

With all the accessible forms of communication these days, it’s easy to dismiss the pleasure of setting time aside in our day to collect our thoughts and write them down. […]

How to Get Better in English Studies

May 29th, 2017; By Susan Huebert

If you had to name your most important subject in school, you might name something like math, computers, or science. They can lead to good jobs in programming, research, or […]

Best Books to Read Before University

November 22nd, 2016; By Laura Sciarpelletti

Here is a little heads up about university: you will have to read A LOT. More than that, you will have to write a lot. There will be essays expected […]

Why Your Ideas are Important

February 20th, 2016; By Teodora Pasca

We all go through periods in which we feel as if we are sapped of creativity. Many refer to these periods as being “blocked”—when good ideas seem nowhere to be […]

Cursive Writing: A Dying Art in School

August 26th, 2015; By Meghan Brown

With the modern popularity of computers, tablets, and smartphones changing the way people communicate, there is also the consequence of fewer people knowing how to use cursive writing. On the […]

The Benefits of Keeping a Journal

June 26th, 2015; By Meghan Brown

If you are looking for a new activity to engage in this summer, consider starting a journal. Keeping a personal journal is a great way to create a reminder of […]

Making a Living in Poetry

April 29th, 2015; By Susan Huebert

If you read about the lives of famous poets like John Milton and William Shakespeare, you might notice something they had in common. They wrote great poetry which is still […]