Category Archives: Enlightened Writing

5 Ways to Boost Creativity at Work

When work feels admittedly boring or redundant, it can be difficult to get your head back in the right space to be productive. Use these tips to boost your creativity at work and make the most of your workday. Be Mindful of Your Productive Peaks and Pits According to Business Insider, it is more beneficial […]

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3 Ways To Incorporate Writing Into Self-Care Practice

Practicing self-care is more than just exercising and eating healthy.  However, it’s also crucial to develop habits that nurture your mental health. Writing can be a powerful tool to ease your mind and allow your creativity to flourish. According to writer and psychotherapist Karen Dempsey, writing is a self-care activity that she highly recommends to […]

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Stay Organized During Back to School with Zebra Mildliners

By: Laura Geraci The beginning of fall semester is both my favorite and least favorite time of the school year. It’s tough to leave the relaxing monotony of summer, and it is daunting to take on a full school schedule after three blissful months of relaxation. On the other hand, it’s always exciting to be […]

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5 Professional Items You Need To Start Your Semester

For students and professionals, it’s important equip yourself with the right tools to take to a job or internship. Being prepared will allow you to feel confident and ready for whatever tasks are thrown your way. Make sure you have these five professional items before you start this school year. Planner Whether you’re embarking on […]

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5 Ways to Keep Kids Writing This Summer

For kids, summer vacation means playing outside, staying up late and hanging out with friends. Kids often associate writing with work and school and view it as a daunting activity, rather than something that can be done for leisure and fun. This summer, make writing and drawing fun for your child with these tips. According […]

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How to Make the Most of Your Experiences Using a Travel Journal

Traveling can be life-changing. Experiencing new places, people, and cultures may uncover a variety of different emotions and awakenings. Keeping a travel journal on hand is a perfect way to document your experiences. When you are caught up in the chaos of traveling, it can be difficult to reflect on the sights and sounds of […]

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How to Draw a Grevy’s Zebra Tutorial

By: Alice Hendon Anyone has the power to experience art by following instructions and using the right tools. By following this step by step tutorial, you too can draw the beautiful Grevy’s zebra! There are many free sites online where you can download photos to use when illustrating. I knew I wanted to draw head […]

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Make Time For Bullet Journaling This Summer With 5 Foolproof Techniques

Summer is officially here, providing the perfect opportunity to indulge in a relaxing hobby designed to make your life easier…and a lot more colorful. Bullet journaling has revolutionized the way we plan, doodle, and express creativity. A bullet journal can be a planner, to-do list, journal, notepad, and/or sketchbook all in one. Include what you […]

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Tips for Optimizing your Resume and Cover Letter

For college students, recent graduates and experienced professionals alike, a well-written resume and cover letter are essential elements when applying for a job or internship. When done correctly, a glowing resume and cover letter can be a great first impression for a potential employer, and an opportunity to showcase your unique skills and experiences. However, […]

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5 Ways to Achieve Enlightened Writing

Writing is the foundation of our world’s communication, history and art. From ancient cave paintings to modern day emails and blogging, writing has been essential in establishing the world as we know it. Today, writing remains one of the most important skills to master in academia and the professional world. We write to express emotion, […]

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