For the past few months, I’ve been experimenting with an up-and-coming writing platform called Draft. It’s a nifty application that you can use on your desktop to compose anything from blog articles to technical copy. And guess what? It has made my writing tangibly better. I even have evidence. Advertisements
“I just need to find myself right now.” “Gosh, I guess I just haven’t found myself yet.” “I can’t do this thing that’s expected of me because I need to find myself.” Anyone else absolutely hate the concept of “finding yourself?”
Disney is a strange company, but in the best way possible. They’re bold enough to buy the Marvel franchise, hire Pixar’s mastermind as their creative director of pretty much everything at this point, and continue crafting movies that stay true to the Disney tradition, at least by most loose definitions of the term.
When Harry Potter jumped from book to major motion picture, it crossed a cultural threshold that truly shaped the new millennium of not just cinema, but books, television and even theme park rides. We began to demand for stories rich with lovable characters, epic moments and fantastical settings on a mainstream scale,
I recently wrote a preachy, in-your-face and unapproachable article about things we do in our 20s that aren’t so awesome. Okay, it’s not that preachy, but it does address a lot of bad-ish habits most of us in our 20s are guilty of. Click here to read, love, and share
I spent a lot of time trying to decide which words to use for this headline (yes, I write headlines before I write articles). For the word journalist, I almost wanted to put “objective person” or “standout,” but those words are awkward. For the word opinions, I wanted to use a word
Common question: “What should I write about?” Common answer: “I don’t know. I guess whatever.” Grammar problems within our minds aside, the answer to this ubiquitous question about content choice is incredibly…under-answered. You want to be able to deliver interesting and compelling content for your blog or publication on a