How to Be A Journalist In A World Full of Opinions

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

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How to Always Have Something Interesting to Write About

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

Why We Should Write Letters Again (Please)

Over the weekend, I put together an article for the Thriveworks Blog under that same title (I added the “please” just for you guys) and stressed the importance of maintaining a culture of meaningful letter-writing. The reason I write with such haste is simple: Digital communication, with all of its

What Will We Love About the 2000’s?

I’ve been thinking a lot about the 90’s lately. I’ve been watching Boy Meets World and Dawson’s Creek daily (don’t judge me), and my current music obsessions revolve around a 90’s playlist I made on Spotify. Shamelessly. This sudden nostalgia isn’t all that mysterious. Everyone from sociology experts to Buzzfeed saw this retro