People are working from home now more than ever. If it's been a tough transition for you, here are some tips that might help you maintain your productivity.
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People’s attention spans are getting shorter and a huge portion of the population identify themselves as visual learners. In this environment, using infographics can be the perfect way to get your point across. Infographics allow you to compress information in an engaging way, bringing numbers and statistics to life. But they rely on a good balance of graphics and content, and that’s not always easy to achieve. Here are seven online tools to make fast and easy infographics that quickly engage your audience’s senses.
One of the greatest challenges facing law students is the need to learn to write in "legalese" - at first, this might seem like a whole other language. With this explanation of legal writing, you'll be better prepared to make goals as you face the challenges that lie ahead.
We take a look at the pros and cons of using speech-to-text apps to get writing done faster.
You can't knock out your novel in one pass. If you want to get things done, you have to narrow your focus. Here's how to take it one step at a time.
Are you a new writer? Discover why planning speeds up your writing time, and check out these steps for planning your novel.
Just getting started with Scrivener and feeling a bit overwhelmed? Read on for our guide to starting Scrivener from square one and using ProWritingAid to take your project to the next level.
Despite its marketing power and popularity, Instagram remains a question mark for writers. As people of words, not pictures, they aren't sure it makes sense to use this social media channel for exposure, recognition, and, more than that, business profits.
With 500 million blogs out there, there must be at least a few dozen that will become your clients. This article will show you how.
Create attainable, sustainable writing goals and plan for recovery when you can't hit the target.
Regardless of where you are on the spectrum of "becoming an author," you need a plan for your business. And, believe me, treating your writing like a business will help you make more of it than just a time-sucking hobby. Make this your year for publishing.
Expectations are high. Chocolates and flowers. Jewelry and trinkets. Will this be the year? It’s Valentine’s Day. Or as Bridget Jones says: “Oh God. Valentine's Day tomorrow. Why? Why? Why is the entire world geared to make people not involved in romance feel stupid when everyone knows romance does not work anyway. Look at the royal family. Look at Mum and Dad.” ― Helen Fielding, Bridget Jones's Diary Here are a few reasons why you should stay home and write this Valentine’s Day.
It's so easy to fall into the trap of being an unproductive writer. Why is that? What drives the writer to such a unique struggle? Take a deep dive into the sources of writer procrastination and how you can overcome it.
Distractions can be a problem for any writer. Fortunately, there are strategies and apps that can make it a little easier for you to focus. Here are a handful of ways to fight distractions and get the words on the page.