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It's Okay to Be Alone

We live in a society that equates being alone with being less valuable. If we don’t have a crowd around us, we’re supposed to think we’re unsuccessful.

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How to Make Your Writing Goals Stick This Time

If you’ve had trouble sticking with your goals in the past, you might want to look at goal-setting differently.

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Starting Over Again - Again

Sometimes we have to try something new – even if the old isn’t done yet. Here’s why starting over isn’t a bad thing, even if we have to do it again and again.

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Writing Begins

Writing begins. And we who write are the ones who begin it. But beginning can have many forces arrayed against it, most of which we call into action ourselves.

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Research Paper Help: From Topic to Final Copy

Struggling with a research paper? Research Paper Help has everything you need to get started, get organized, get done.

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Avoid Teacher Burnout for Good

The Ultimate Way to Avoid Teacher Burnout: Stress magangement techniques will work in the short term but here's a permanent solution.

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Teaching Writing with Confidence

Why is Teaching Writing So Challenging? Find answers, inspirtation and help here.

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Citing Sources: What, When and How Often to Cite

Answers to all your questions about citing sources, including how often you need to cite.

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