Category Archives: Writing

Guestblog by MH: On Change and Getting Shit-Faced Drunk and All the Cheesy Details

I’ve spent about 21 years in this place we call the and it seems that that stupid cliche everyone talks about seems to be true. The one I’m referring to, of course is the one that goes “The only constant in this world is change.”

I sit beside a friend of mine while doing some stupid contributor shit on her blog when I could just as much help the others in the team by blogging about something work-related but then again, that’s no fun. So I’ll be the sweet friend that I am instead and tell everyone who reads this blog i.e. those who care about this special friend of mine a little some-some about the things I’ve learned being friends with this eccentric woman.

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How to Write a Paper

Every semester brings with it new requirements in the form of fat academic papers. Here is how I do most of my papers or reports. Here are a few tips on how to make writing that 10-500 something page essay a lot less tedious.

This is my most effective way of writing MY OWN papers. I’m also glad to say I’ve got nothing below a B when it comes to school paperwork. Article-wise, it takes a bit more creativity, but we’ll get to that in another post. The hardest part of writing anything is always the beginning, so let’s get that ball rolling.

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Keeping the Creative Juices Flowing

Books – Food – Music

What I’ve been doing to keep myself sane for the past three weeks and get some of that inspiration to keep writing:

In mind:

Right now I’m reading three different books depending on the time of day or where I am.

Keeping two books with contrasting gravity is a good way to exercise your brain and train it to slow down and speed up on command. I know it doesn’t work like that exactly, but it’s a good way to unwind or jumpstart any cranial activity you’re busy with at the moment.

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