A frequent fault of inexperienced writers is a tendency to present thoughts and ideas without showing connections between them, or without making their significance clear to the reader. Transition words and phrases keep the reader on track by showing relationships between ideas and information.
by Stefanie Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose. —Gertrude Stein, “Sacred Emily” One of the delights of life is that there is usually more than one way to describe something, and often those details matter. I...
When you begin any new self-improvement program, you're enthusiasm is high and you're motivated by the pleasure of what you want or the pain of what you don’t want. But motivation naturally diminishes with time.
An avid reader is one of the best things a person can be. Not only does reading literature enhance your brain's connectivity (because, science!), it also allows you to experience other cultures, and avoid making embarrassing grammatical errors.