Escape COVID-19 & Negative Self-Talk: Journal Prompt #102

I can’t do this anymore! I hate being inside! When is this over?! Escape COVID-19 and minimize the negative self-talk through journaling. Negative self-talk has many forms. At times, it may sound practical and other times it can sound downright mean. Realistic:  I’m not too good at this, I better watch my safety. Mean:  I […]

Journal Your Thoughts – Prompt #100

Regardless of your age, race, or gender, we are living in unsettling times. We must stand strong and be self-sufficient in the face of uncertainty. Journaling your thoughts and emotions can be an effective way to cope without requiring a lot of resources. There are multiple benefits to writing. Journaling thoughts, feelings, and emotions can […]

How to Write Business Emails

Emails. We all use them in the business world. Some use is appropriate. Some use is inappropriate. The purpose of a business email should be to convey basic information – no more. Tell your reader the “when, where, and how” of a business matter. Emails should not be sent in times of high emotion. Emails […]

Coming Soon – More Resume Writing Tips

This Sunday, we will release the fourth and final installment of “Write that Resume.” Is your resume competitive in today’s job market? Are you ready to take it to the next level? Catch up on the latest resume writing tips. Write that Resume – Part 3, The Hook A single job posting might attract hundreds […]

Write that Resume – Part 3, The Hook

Welcome to the third blog post in a four-part series on resume writing. Hiring managers are busy people. A single job posting might attract hundreds if not thousands of resumes!  Hiring managers are not reading every resume word for word. They scan for a career summary. A career summary is a hard-hitting introduction packed with […]

How to Journal Your Thoughts

In many parts of the world, it is time for the holidays. The year is ending, and we will soon roll into 2020. It can be a busy time. It can be a stressful time.  Be careful about griping to other people who have their own lives to manage. Write it down! Choose a journal […]

How to Write a Holiday Thank You

“Gratitude turns what we have into enough.” – Anon Saying thank you is not limited by time or space. A kind gesture may be large, small, or even behind the scenes. At this time of year be diligent with saying thank you to family, friends, and coworkers. Handwrite the thank you note. Don’t just text! […]

Finding the Inspiration to Write

Inspiration. What is it? Where do we find it? Most of the time we are given a writing assignment as part of a mundane project or to accomplish a goal. Perhaps the boss needs you to draft a PowerPoint presentation. Perhaps an instructor requires you to write an essay. Maybe you are opening for a […]

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