Netflix Has A Ton Of Secret Movie Categories And Here’s How To Access Them

These Secret Netflix Codes Can Unlock Thousands of Hidden Categories

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A Year of Journaling: 52 Journaling Prompts.

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Gemini Constellation Necklace

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Pixar’s Rules Of Storytelling…

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Writing Problems - Writers Write Creative Blog

Writing Problems

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A Protagonist's pain. The difference between them and the antagonist? The protagonist pushes on and is the hero.

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Words to describe someone's voice 2

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You know you're a writer when... - Writers Write Creative Blog

You know you're a writer when...

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Writing prompt

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No one came to help; they were used to seeing bodies in the streets.

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Daily Writing Prompt - Writers Write

Daily Writing Prompt

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Sippycups ARE for Chardonnay: Beach Packing List

Sippycups ARE for Chardonnay: Beach Packing List

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Day 3 of March 2013 Blog Challenge - Optimistic Mommy

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The Ultimate Black Friday Playlist to Get Shoppers Pumped Up

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The 10 Worst Story Openings {how not to start your novel} Addresses some of the most common moments that writers and readers face.

Laura Mizvaria | Sir Writesalot: The 10 Worst Story Openings

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Translate emotions into written body language. Generate these ideas with students. Have them search for places in their draft where their characters are expressing emotion and re-write those spots to show and not tell the emotion via body language.

Cheat Sheets for Writing Body Language

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Be present. Make love. Make tea. Avoid small talk. Embrace conversation. Buy a plant, water it. Make your bed. Make someone else’s bed. Have a smart mouth, and quick wit. Run. Make art. Create. Swim in the ocean. Swim in the rain. Take chances. Ask questions. Make mistakes. Learn. Know your worth. Love fiercely. Forgive quickly. Let go of what doesn’t make you happy. Grow.

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Back to Blogging Challenge Coming Soon

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Blog Challenges - writing prompts. Not all of them, but there are some good ones!

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C.S. Lewis on Adjectives

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A useful guide to decide what tea to drink depending on how you feel!

Tea - What Should I Drink?

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Academic versus emotional words in writing

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Don't be lazy.

A Little Cheat Sheet To Avoid Using The Word ‘Very’

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AMEN!! I love this girl (whoever she is)!! And I'm shocked at the things these boys, teachers, security, etc. said!!! Especially the "boys will be boys" and he retort "girls will be girls" (I'm so using that one!!!).

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too funny. kids are easily the best comedians. :)

admittedly, im going to read this later

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