Help with vivacious vocabulary!

Help with vivacious vocabulary!

45 Ways to Avoid using "Very" #writing #editing #tips

45 Ways to Avoid using "Very" #writing #editing #tips

Dropping these 5 words and phrases is going to make your writing a whole lot stronger.

Infographic: These 5 words are making you a weaker writer

Dropping these 5 words and phrases is going to make your writing a whole lot stronger.

Other ways to say... - This will help you write your narratives. Don't be afraid to learn some new vocabulary!

Other Ways to Say Chart

Other ways to say... - This will help you write your narratives. Don't be afraid to learn some new vocabulary!

10 Most Commonly Misused Words

10 Most Commonly Misused Words


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Content marketing emotion words - switching intellectual words for emotional ones

Common words that suck emotional power out of your content

100 various (and more interesting) ways to convey "Bad". (Vocabulary building, IEW Writing)

100 various (and more interesting) ways to convey "Bad". (Vocabulary building, IEW Writing)

100 Ways to Say Great By speaking positive words and focusing on the positive, you're uplifting your spirits. What you focus on, you bring more of to you! #selfcare

100 Ways to Say Great By speaking positive words and focusing on the positive, you're uplifting your spirits. What you focus on, you bring more of to you! #selfcare

Said is dead ... But should not always be shunned. I saw it put this way once: said is an invisible word. The reader skips over it and it streamlines the reading process. Sometimes said can be helpful. And sometimes this chart can be helpful!

Said is dead ... But should not always be shunned. I saw it put this way once: said is an invisible word. The reader skips over it and it streamlines the reading process. Sometimes said can be helpful. And sometimes this chart can be helpful!

One of my favorite quotes (among many) from Dead Poet’s Society. Click the image to see it bigger. Didn’t come through the way I’d hoped.

Motivational Monday: Avoid the word very . . .

One of my favorite quotes (among many) from Dead Poet’s Society. Click the image to see it bigger. Didn’t come through the way I’d hoped.

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