Tag Archives: 2018

The Right Word

By Marilyn Turk Writers are always searching for the right word, that word that captures the truest meaning of the moment in our stories. We try to abstain from the “weasel” words, the weak words that are commonplace like “just,” … Continue reading

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The Path Taken

By Marilyn Turk Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by And it has made all the difference. – Robert Frost   Are you tired of hearing about New Year’s goals or … Continue reading

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I Need a Tracker by Julie Arduini

Happy New Year! Toward the end of 2017, my Fitbit died. Not just the battery, but a flat-out death. I enjoyed having it because I was part of a weekly challenge and it really motivated me to move, especially since … Continue reading

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Words to Change Lives

By Nancy J. Farrier   So, here we are. 2018. The first day of a brand-new year. A clean slate in front of us. What will we do with this year?   Many people choose to make New Year’s resolution. … Continue reading

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