Have you wanted to help a writer, but wasn't sure what to say? Have others asked for your critique or have you simply wanted to improve your critiquing skills? That's what this guide is for!
Kaur’s book is abstract art for writing but without the confusion. Abstract yet to the point, I would say.
Healing takes time and patience, people say. But I've realized that even when we're over something, we can still feel the pain.
These moments remind me of my story-like dreams and pieces of myself that are now erased. I've missed what I used to be and, at times, even feel ashamed for who I've become.
A great deal has been going on in my life since I last posted. Things were piling up--anxieties, identity issues, health issues, emotional rollercoasters, poor nights of sleep--to a point my body finally gave up on me.
Negative space is not something I'm afraid of, but it isn't something that always feels like home.
Life goes by fast, especially as we age. One year of our life quickly goes from being a large percentage to a near speck on our radar.
I often find my mind caught up in too many things at once. On Tuesday, I began having a strong bout of anxiety and stress when I realized I needed to take action.
My life contains clusters of possessions and mentalities that are cluttering my life. I want to take control of what I'm investing in with my life. This is the introduction to my journey.