Tag Archives | Young Adult

Writing When You Don’t Want To Write

I laugh when I think about my history with schoolwork. Though I was a decent student, I was never keen on homework. Instead, I would write all sorts of fictional stories and journal entries (still have many of them). Literally, I would avoid homework to write. Things haven’t changed much. Now I avoid work to […]

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Not Another Blog-Filled Schooling

Listen, I like to have fun and laugh and enjoy my free time creatively. The last thing I want to do is get schooled by a blog. Unfortunately, in my workday, I’m asked to read and write all kinds of educational pieces. So yes, that’s me out there schooling all over the place. So forgive […]

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What’s Fun For You? Reading, Of Course!

Parents love good children’s books just as much as young people like adult reads. How do you categorize a book’s age appropriateness? Sometimes what’s fun for you is the best way to decide—ah-hem as long as the maturity level is taken into account. So you have the afternoon free. It’s raining. No school. No work. […]

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A Bouquet of Colored Pencils

What is it about colored pencils that make you feel so creative? I love color. And adding bursts of it throughout my notebooks and journals makes me smile. Anything I can do to add color to my world and writing seems to make things brighter and even happier. Is there someone you know who could […]

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