Freelance Writing: Simple Tips on Complicated Topics 2 Inspirational True Stories to Help You Go an Extra Mile

inspirational true storiesLooking for excuses is so typical of most people. Bad hair days come and go, and we remain with our old selves, unchanged – still smoking and not improving grammar, ‘forgetting’ hundreds of promises to quit the first and start the second.
However, there are people out there who don’t bury their dreams in the commonplace Neverland called tomorrow.
Here are 2 inspirational true stories, that will show you that nothing is impossible if one really wants it: Read the rest of this entry »

Priceless Writing Tips What Every Writer Should Know about Citation Tools

Citation Tools“I love being a writer. What I can’t stand is the paperwork.” Peter De Vries

There is only one thing that is just as annoying for a writer as the sound of nails on a chalkboard. That is to fail the verification procedure because of ‘minor’ mistakes in the citation format.

Citing papers is like cutting onions – unpleasant, but absolutely necessary. That’s why all these free citation tools were created – to make citing quick and easy.
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Uncategorized 8 Craziest Christmas Traditions All Over the World

Christmas traditionsHello writers’ world!
It’s no breaking news that Christmas is just around the corner. Even if you don’t celebrate it in your country, you couldn’t fail to notice the signs of approaching Christmas on the web.
You, however, can be curious about the following 8 weird Christmas traditions:
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Priceless Writing Tips No More Problems with Restrictive and Non-Restrictive Clauses

restrictive and non-restrictive clausesHello, writers’ world! What’s up?

Do you have a couple of minutes? We need to talk.

Yes, I know that, when somebody starts like this, it usually means trouble. This is not the case now, though. We need to talk about restrictive and non-restrictive clauses, the dilemma of choosing between ‘who’, ‘which’ and ‘that’ and where to place commas. I guess everyone had enough trouble with these clauses and has something to say about them.
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Freelance Writing: Simple Tips on Complicated Topics 4 Reasons Why Browsing the Web for Fun is Good for Writing

browsing the webAre you successful in fighting off Facebook temptations? Neither are we.
However, if you have not deactivated your Facebook profile yet, do not hurry to do so. The findings of recent studies have shown that browsing the web for fun can actually improve your productivity. Yes, you’ve got it right – Internet can help you work better.
Brent Coker, a university lecturer from Melbourne, conducted a study of people who used or didn’t (couldn’t) use Facebook at work. Guess what? The results have shown that, if leisure browsing takes less than 20% of the total working time, it can improve productivity by 9%.
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