Monthly Archives: December 2009

Dec 31

A Writer’s Health and Resolutions

By Patti Stafford | Writing

As a writer, how healthy are you? How many days a week do you fall out of bed, stagger to the coffee pot, grab a smoke and then plant yourself in front of the computer? Be honest. Maybe coffee and cigarettes aren’t your vice—maybe it’s a soda and donut—the fact is you’re most likely planting […]

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Dec 31

Can We Beat Our Best in 2010?

By Patti Stafford | Writing

Can We Beat Our Best in 2010? 2009 has been a great year. By the time you read this it will have ended and we’ll be starting 2010—hopefully with a Bang! Many of us have our goals planned for the New Year, some are still laying out the plans, some are reflecting on the accomplishments […]

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Dec 29

Top 5 Non-Monetary Blogging Benefits

By Bob Bessette | Blogging

For those of you who have been blogging for a while, you certainly have discovered that there are clearly benefits of blogging that may not be related to adding a few dollars to your bank account.  I went into this undertaking with very little knowledge of the blogging world and what it was really all […]

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Dec 28

Stop Wasting Time on Social Networks

By Kristen Nicole | Blogging

As a blogger, there are two major aspects of your professional presence in the online environment: your writing abilities and your business savvy. By creating content and publishing it on the web, you are also creating a need to market yourself. Otherwise, no one will come across your content and your voice will not be […]

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Dec 28

Third Person Pronouns

By Patricia Vennes | Writing

In this final article on pronouns I will be addressing pronouns used for third person. Pronouns take the place of nouns which means that third person pronouns do the same thing. They take the place of people, but these pronouns do not include first person or second person forms. Third person singular pronouns are: he, […]

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