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Have you ever captured yourself in a daze? Have you ever experienced a bind and had to think quickly of a remedy to get yourself out? Have you ever picked up a pencil or pen and started to draw for no reason? Did you actually come up with something? Perhaps you have ever created a […]

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Research shows probably the most persuasive of all tools may be the anecdote, which is merely an example you provide your target audience of a genuine event or experience. The tale you select as an illustration may possess happened to someone else or may have happened for you, but it serves to show a point […]

When you use several words to change a noun, those phrases must be hyphenated. For example, most of these words–“I,” “don’t,” and “care”–are utilized as an adjective phrase to describe attitude in this sentence: “He has an I-don’t-care attitude.” Consequently, those three terms need to be hyphenated.

Everyone offers at one point or another in their life used one little phrase that caused them a whole lot of worry or possibly grief. Sometimes we treat this word as a very important thing, something that provides us joy and happiness. Other times, we treat this word as terrible…something to fear and hide away […]

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