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    Take A Break From Writing And Have Some Fun

    TweetSharePinShare  Photo by Becca Tarter on Unsplash ‘’Happy birthday, sweetness,’’ I shouted, laughing, as my niece grabbed my two legs with her chubby, chocolate smeared hands. As I lifted her up in my arms, and above my head, she giggled, saliva dripping into my face. Yes, I’m where I should be right now, I said silently to myself. It was my niece’s first birthday and the parents organised a small family party for her. At first, I wanted to make my excuses and stay at home to write. Then I thought about it and decided to go. It was the right decision. All work and no play… It was a surprisingly…

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    45 Surprisingly Simple Strategies That will Boost Your Productivity As A Writer

    TweetSharePinShare Photo by Matt Ragland on Unsplash As writers, we are always looking for ways to improve our output. We resort to many ways to keep us motivated, writing and ensuring workflow. There are many productivity hacks out there, and you’ve probably heard of all of them. It is likely you’ve put them in place to help with your writing. I doubt therefore that my post will suddenly reveal some hidden productivity hacks plucked out of Mass that nobody has heard of before. That said, it is always important to keep certain hacks in mind, because with everything happening around us, all at once, in some cases, we lose sight of…

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    Lessons Learned From 8 Months of Blogging

    TweetSharePinShare    When I started blogging, 8 months ago, I didn’t realise how overwhelming it could become. It feels like only yesterday since I stated. Where has the time gone? In this article, published in Medium. I outlined some valuable lessons I have learned so far from blogging for 8 Months. It has been an eye opening experience, to say the least. Please what you have you learned in your blogging journey? Please share in the comments box. Thanks for stopping by. Oby   TweetSharePinShare

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    Form Habits Instead Of Setting Goals

    TweetSharePinShare  Hands up if you have ever set goals that you didn’t accomplish. I have done it. You have probably done it too. Setting goals is a good thing, don’t get me wrong. The bad thing about it is putting in the work to make it happen. Often, when we set goals, we haven’t properly thought out how we are going to accomplish it. Eventually, it becomes overwhelming and we abandon it entirely. It has happened to me more than once. At present, I do things differently. I form habits. In this article, I talked about frustrations about goal setting and how to deal with it. Please read and share.…