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10 Little Ways to Immediately Improve Your Writing

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight

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It doesn’t matter what your cultural or educational background is, or whether you are writing a short story, blog post, business letter or e-mail, do these ten little, smart things and you will immediately improve your writing.

10 Times it's Okay to Quit

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight

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You’ve probably heard the advice many times that you should never quit. But, there are instances where quitting is the best decision you can make to get closer to the "win" that matters—the one that’s worth the rough patches.

Why You Need To Make Time For Yourself (And How To Do It)

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight

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Do you spend enough time with yourself? This fantastic infographic explains why cultivating the “art of solitude” and building in some "me" time is important, and how this is best achieved.

10 Reasons Why Some People Feel Like They Never Have Enough Time

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight

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Ever feel like you never have enough time? Like your schedule is ever growing and you're always busy? There are reasons why so many people today feel that way and constantly lament about a lack of time.

Henry Miller on the Creative Process of Writing a Book

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight

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It is often said that we all have a book inside of us waiting to be written. But what does writing a book really entail? Henry Miller, a mystic who wrote the hugely influential Tropic of Cancer and other explosive books, shares his insights on the creative process of writing a book.

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