10 Crazy Writing Ideas You May Not Have Thought Of
Are your so-called creative writing exercises starting to seem a little mundane? Spice it up with these outside-the-box writing ideas and prompts
1. Explain why the chicken crossed the road.
Is the chicken fleeing the alien invasion? Leaving farm life behind in favor of a more sophisticated urban atmosphere? Headed for breast reduction surgery? Going out for cocktails? Have fun with it.
2. Describe a memorable experience from the perspective of your pet.
What does the family
10 Ways to Study without Distraction
Need to get some studying done, but not sure how to handle all the distractions? Check out these helpful tips from Honolulu tutor Jinan B...
Sometimes focusing on studying can become an uphill battle between your mental thoughts, the noise around you, that game you want to play on Facebook
the list goes on. Read on for 10 simple tips and ways to study to combat distraction.
1. Create the right environment.
Distraction is often a byproduct of an environment filled with noise
What Great Writers Can Learn From Children's Books
Most experts agree: when you're learning how to write, reading as much as possible should be part of your daily life. And that means reading everything! Here, New Milford, NJ teacher Matthew H. explains what you can even learn from your favorite childhood books...
Childrens books are normally our first introduction to reading and writing. As kids, we listen to our parents, teachers, and other caregivers read aloud to us. Eventually, we read basic sentences on our own until we a
Tips for Writing: Why Writing Tutors Arent Just for Kids
Think tutors are just for kids? From professional emails to cover letters, learning how to write well will carry you far through life - so if you're not confident in your skills, it may be worth looking into. Check out these tips for writing from Evanston, IL and online tutor Rachel M.:
As a college student with three years of private tutoring under my belt, I can speak from experience when I say that writing isnt what it used to be. Students learn how to type using an iPad and
Basic Email Writing Skills for Professionals
Most of us are pretty comfortable with using email as a primary tool for written communication in our personal and professional lives. But while some shorthand and a couple of typos dont do too much harm in a friendly email, the same speaks volumes in the workplace (and not in the fun, casual way you may think).
Whether youre communicating internally with colleagues and executives, or externally with your client base, polished email writing skills will come handy in your professional arsenal.