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Break Out of that Writing Rut: Tell-Don't Show-and Write More of What You Love! via PHILOSBOOKS

Break Out of that Writing Rut: Tell-Don't Show-and Write More of What You Love!  via PHILOSBOOKS | Love | Scoop.it

Writing is hard work. You are faced with a blank sheet of paper. Don't let this stop you.


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Mick D Kirkov's comment, April 3, 2014 12:14 AM
Perhaps love, as you wrote and they sing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGIfE9uhxSE - will port you out of the sick mood. As to my "stopping", old love doesn't rust, explains.
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love writing what you love

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This is a post from my website that I wanted to share with other authors who feel they are in a rut. This happens to all of us from time to time, but doesn't have to be a reason to be intimidated and stop writing.

 

There are a couple of books which helped me jump start my creative thought processes and begin writing again. The added benefit? I was also able to nearly double my written words when I did sit down to write.

 

I've summed up the process in 11 simple steps at the end.

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing Rightly"***

 

Link to the original article: http://philosbooks.com/set-goal-writing-finish-booktg/

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How Therapeutic Use of Full-Spectrum Light Can Improve Health

How Therapeutic Use of Full-Spectrum Light Can Improve Health | Love | Scoop.it
Dr. Wunsch, one of the leading experts in photobiology, explains the historical significance of photobiology, the therapeutic use of light to improve health.

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80 Percent of Tested Dog Foods Contain High Fluoride Levels

80 Percent of Tested Dog Foods Contain High Fluoride Levels | Love | Scoop.it
A study found that 8 out of 10 dog food brands contained fluoride 2.5 times higher than the EPA national drinking water standard.

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10 Things You Should Never Put Down the Drain

10 Things You Should Never Put Down the Drain | Love | Scoop.it
How you use the sinks in your home have a direct impact on your expenses, the odor in your home and how much you contribute to pollution in your environment.

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Insulin, Not Cholesterol, Is the True Culprit in Heart Disease

Insulin, Not Cholesterol, Is the True Culprit in Heart Disease | Love | Scoop.it
According to Dr. Thomas Dayspring, a lipidologist who is an expert on cholesterol, most heart attacks are due to insulin resistance.

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Uh-oh...no more cake!

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super yacht with own private beach - concept by hareide

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this mega yacht is designed to offer a number of spectacular views that encourage connections with the natural surroundings.

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A kayaker finds a century old vessel in the Ohio River

A kayaker finds a century old vessel in the Ohio River | Love | Scoop.it
It was another wonderful day for the kayakers as they were cruising through the forest. Yet they certainly did not expect to discover a ghost ship that was

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Watch: One-Minute Tour of World's Largest Cruise Ship

Watch: One-Minute Tour of World's Largest Cruise Ship | Love | Scoop.it
Watch a hyperlapse tour of the world's largest cruise ship, Harmony of the Seas, now sailing out of Port Everglades, Fort Lauderdale.

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The abandoned Russian cruise ship that’s roaming international waters

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Since breaking free from a towing line on its final journey to a scrap yard, the MV Lyubov Orlova, a Russian cruise ship, has been drifting unmanned in the

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World's Largest Yachts

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There are yachts, megayachts, and then there are superyachts. See photos and read about some of the largest yachts in the world.

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Clear Sailing: Cleverly Transparent Canoes & Kayaks | WebUrbanist

Clear Sailing: Cleverly Transparent Canoes & Kayaks | WebUrbanist | Love | Scoop.it
Totally transparent canoes and kayaks enable you to see what would normally be obscured - tropical fish, coral and other underwater wonders.

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New discovery: Nanometric imprinting on fiber

New discovery: Nanometric imprinting on fiber | Love | Scoop.it
Researchers at EPFL have come up with a way of imprinting nanometric patterns on the inside and outside of polymer fibers. These fibers could prove useful in guiding nerve regeneration and producing optical effects, for example, as well as in eventually creating artificial tissue and smart bandages.

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New ocean observations improve understanding of motion

New ocean observations improve understanding of motion | Love | Scoop.it
Oceanographers commonly calculate large scale surface ocean circulation from satellite sea level information using a concept called 'geostrophy', which describes the relationship between oceanic surface flows and sea level gradient. Conversely, researchers rely on data from in-water current meters to measure smaller scale motion. New research led by the University of Hawai'i has determined from observational data the length scale at which using sea level height no longer offers a reliable calculation of circulation.

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Standing for Mental Clarity and Physical Health

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Sitting too much and lack of movement are creating fundamental changes in movement patterns and posture among U.S. adults and children.

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Alzheimer's: Every Minute Counts

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In the documentary "Alzheimer’s: Every Minute Counts," you can see firsthand the steep social and economic consequences of Alzheimer's.

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What Are the Benefits of Goji Berry?

What Are the Benefits of Goji Berry? | Love | Scoop.it
Learn more about goji berry nutrition facts, health benefits, healthy recipes, and other fun facts to enrich your diet.

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Student at Cornell University Amazing Weight Loss!

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World's First Official Test Bed For Autonomous Shipping Opens In Norway - Marine Insight

World's First Official Test Bed For Autonomous Shipping Opens In Norway - Marine Insight | Love | Scoop.it
KONGSBERG to collaborate with leading government and academic organisations to further develop and test technology for unmanned ships.

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Perfectly Preserved Shipwreck Found in Lake Superior

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A team has found the The J.S. Seaverns which sank in Michipicoten harbor in 1884 with its hull intact and dishes still on the shelves

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My First Journey Through The Panama Canal – 4th Engineer Describes His Experience

My First Journey Through The Panama Canal – 4th Engineer Describes His Experience | Love | Scoop.it
A 4th engineer on board a container ship describes his first voyage through the Panama canal as he takes responsibility of the engine room during the transit. Learn more about his experience inside the article.

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The Sponge Divers of Greece

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Most sponge that we use today are synthetic, but in the old days sponge was collected from the sea bed. Some of the finest-quality sea sponge, a jelly-like marine creature with a body full of pores, can be found in the warm waters of southeastern Mediterranean. The ancient Greeks knew about these animals and their usefulness in scrubbing and cleaning purposes, and for maintaining personal hygiene. Sponge was also used for padding helmets and for filtering water.

The entire Greek sponge industry was centered on a string of islands in the Aegean Sea, called the Dodecanese Islands. For generations, young men and their fathers and their forefathers earned their living by diving for sponges. Traditionally, the sponge was gathered from the ocean floor by ‘skin diving’, or free diving without clothes and without using any breathing apparatus. Sponge divers would dive to the bottom of the sea on just a single breath of air, weighing their body down by a piece of flat stone that weighed up to 15 kg. The heavy stone would drag the naked bodies quickly to the bottom. The presence of sponge on the dive site would have been already verified by the crew above using a cylindrical viewing pipe with a glass bottom. Once the diver reaches the floor, he would cut loose as many sponges as he could and stuff them into a mesh bag. A skilled diver could dive up to depths of 30 meters and stay under water for 3 to 5 minutes.

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What It's Like to See the World for Almost No Money by Traveling on Container Ships

Are you flexible about time? Are you cool with being rocked out of bed by a storm? Container ship travel might be for you!

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Philippe Briand’s Egoist Yacht Concept

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Philippe Briand unveils the concept yacht Egoist, a design purely for owner use.

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Archaeologists uncover new clues to Maya collapse

Archaeologists uncover new clues to Maya collapse | Love | Scoop.it
Using the largest set of radiocarbon dates ever obtained from a single Maya site, a team of archaeologists, led by the University of Arizona, developed a high-precision chronology that sheds new light on patterns leading up to the two major collapses of the Maya civilization.

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Plant regulatory proteins 'tagged' with sugar

Plant regulatory proteins 'tagged' with sugar | Love | Scoop.it
New work reveals that the process of synthesizing many important master proteins in plants involves extensive modification, or 'tagging' by sugars after the protein is assembled. Their work uncovers both similarity and distinction between plants and animals in their use of this protein modification.

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