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How to Write a Blog: Helpful Do’s and Don’ts

Writing an informative and interesting blog is fun and worthwhile. However, if you are starting out, consider these tips on how to write a blog: helpful do’s and don’ts. DO’s: Find your focus, determine your target readers and create a niche. Do you love technology, dancing or winemaking? If you do and write about it, your readers will want to read about it, too. Write […]

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Homeschoolers and College Admissions

One of the most important myths to dispel about homeschooling is that homeschoolers cannot go to college. They are, in fact, often sought after by some universities. To learn more about how homeschoolers can navigate the college admissions process, I spoke with Gen and Kelly Tanabe, founders of Supercollege. As Harvard graduates, they are the authors of 14 books including Get into Any College, 50 […]

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Hone Your Creative Writing Skills: 8 Key Strategies

Creative writing is a unique endeavor, and one that offers great rewards and many challenges. Whether you are an amateur creative writer, or a professional with years of experience, there is always room to improve upon your craft. With the 8 key strategies below, you will complement your skills with clever, effective plans of action in order to supercharge your writing. 1. Utilize professional writing […]

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How to Write a Personal Statement

You’re finally a senior! (or will be one soon!) While everyone will tell you this is the time of your life, you’re also probably too overwhelmed with the dreaded college application process to enjoy your newly minted status as big man on campus. The pressure is on to craft a memorable, concise, knock-your-socks-off personal statement to go along with your college application. Depending on the […]

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The Need to Write

Deciding what subjects to cover when you homeschool is daunting—to say the least. It is not a static decision either. What you choose to use today, you might add to or delete tomorrow. What works for child #1 may not have a chance with child #2. This one may adore algebra, while this one may run screaming in the opposite direction at the very thought. […]

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4 Tips to Start Writing Your Novel

So you want to write a novel? The only way to see this dream come to life is to commence with the writing. The following tips are a great starting point to begin writing your novel and will help you see your novel through to its nail-biting conclusion. 1. Begin With Your Character Every great novel tells the story of a character and the events […]

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How to Write an Analytical Research Paper on School Lunches

This article provides five steps in the process of writing an analytical research paper on school lunches. In an analytical research paper you will evaluate your topic and draw unbiased conclusions from your research, referencing a variety of reputable sources. In an analytical research paper on school lunches, your thesis will provide a general claim about school lunches, without stating your personal stance. You will […]

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Dos and Don’ts of Writing a Memorable College Admissions Essay

Writing an admissions essay that will stand out is a daunting task. This personal statement has to speak for you when the college application is being reviewed. Most people will write about what they think the college’s admissions board will want to hear and that is where they go wrong. The way to stand out is to create a college level essay that speaks about […]

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8 Things you MUST do before publishing a blog post

Writing blog posts sounds straightforward enough. Write your post, do a quick proofread, and publish it to your blog. That’s fine for an amateur who isn’t concerned about discoverability and engagement, but a professional whose job or reputation relies on maintaining a great blog will need to do a little more work before hitting publish. The key to great content lies in the details. The […]

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How to Write a Personal Statement

You’re finally a senior! (or will be one soon!) While everyone will tell you this is the time of your life, you’re also probably too overwhelmed with the dreaded college application process to enjoy your newly minted status as big man on campus. The pressure is on to craft a memorable, concise, knock-your-socks-off personal statement to go along with your college application. Depending on the […]

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