4 Health Challenges that Affect Young Writers

As much as young writers today have the advantage to succeed over the previous generation, they need to understand writing and good health works together. Avoid writing at night. If you have to sit by your personal computer all day, stand in between, walk for a few minutes while reloading the webpage. Appreciate your works. Believe that your story is unique. Never stop writing. … More 4 Health Challenges that Affect Young Writers

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How Teenagers Can Cope With Divorced Parents

If you are the first born, and you are in your teenagehood, you should try as much as possible to avoid any of your parents talking bad about the other person before you. You should also learn to shut your siblings up when they talk about the shortcomings of your parents. … More How Teenagers Can Cope With Divorced Parents

Eating On a Budget

Eating on a budget means every food you eat has a plan and purpose. Eating on a budget is purposeful and also has its own benefits. Eating on budget teaches you self control. When you see a shop full of candy, eating on a budget helps you to say no because you know it is not as important as the food you will eat at dinner or the one you ate in the morning. … More Eating On a Budget

Letting Go of 2018

It is just a few hours into the new year, and you can still make it count. All you need to do is make a list of the goals you could not achieve in this year, the mistakes you made and how you should have been better. After doing this, write on a new page how you intend to handle them in the new year. … More Letting Go of 2018

Lessons From 2018: Daring and Fruitful

2018 started out with no fairy tale dreams or resolution, it started with a made up mind to act on deliberation and accountability. I wish we all could put an end to this year, so I can take a peep into 2019, and see what the new year has for me. This post is meant to keep you in a self-reflective mode; at least by doing that, you will know how perfect or almost perfect your year could have been … More Lessons From 2018: Daring and Fruitful