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  • Alexis Castillo-Snyder

    quote idea (definitions??)

  • Shaina Shroll

    word challenge...changing the little things in life like a little bit of your vocabulary.

  • Olivia G.

    Words to use more often - Writing Inspiration

  • Verònica Calatayud

    I love the idea of using more of these words more often. It does remind me of an 'I Love Lucy' episode when Lucy hires an English tutor... Tutor: ''The two words in the English language that should never be used are swell and lousy.'' Lucy: "Well, first tell us the lousy one then tell us the swell one.'' Hahaha

  • Jolene Dinsmore

    Ohhhh, it's like a menu for a wordie.

  • Nunya Biznass

    Writing stuff

  • Elise F

    100 and some thoughts - I used to have a purely original blog (haleythewinner, oh so long ago), and I missed it. So here we are again. I just wanted to finally get everything in one place; I write a lot and love graphic design and that sort of thing, and posting it all to Tumblr is not only my way of sharing but also keeping a log where I can look back one day and see the growth. It's mainly typography and graphic design and random paragraphs packed full of thoughts. 'Love will

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