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10 Secretly Athletic TV Characters

10 Secretly Athletic TV Characters

In keeping with our intense and very serious coverage of the Olympics, today we're spotlighting the lesser-known athletes of some of our favorite television shows.

Being a brilliant and creative writer is not about being perfect, it is about writing A LOT, training your brain the way that you would train for an athletic event. When you first sit down to write, the blank paper looks like Siberia, big and white. But if you write consistently, you don’t have to “get back in shape”, your brain just kicks in and starts churning out stuff.

Writing Tips For Blogging, Books and Business Copywriting

Being a brilliant and creative writer is not about being perfect, it is about writing a lot!

Long before my last breakup, I deleted Grindr, a smartphone app that is a household name in most gay circles, from my phone

Gay Social App Creators Stress Friendship, Give Attention To Health And Social Issues

Those not in the know, call a Mallomar a "cookie. "Cookie" is not a descriptive word for a Mallomar.

"fall dress" by classically-preppy ❤️ liked on Polyvore featuring H&M, Free People, NARS Cosmetics, Rebecca Minkoff, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, Kate Spade, Iosselliani, Essie and Isabel Marant

"fall dress" by classically-preppy ❤️ liked on Polyvore featuring H&M, Free People, NARS Cosmetics, Rebecca Minkoff, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, Kate Spade, Iosselliani, Essie and Isabel Marant

50 Books Like The Fault in Our Stars: 34. The Beginning of Everything

50 books like The Fault In Our Stars

The Beginning of Everything, by Robyn Schneider. (Katherine Tegen Books, Star athelete and prom king Ezra Faulkner's life is irreparably transformed by a tragic accident and the arrival of eccentric new girl Cassidy Thorpe.

(Don't mind the picture)  Staying Sane with Strong-Willed Kids.  Short, sweet, and terrifically to the point

(Don't mind the picture) Staying Sane with Strong-Willed Kids. Short, sweet, and terrifically to the point

Day 67 of 365: Sometimes I stumble and think, why am I doing this?  Why did I commit to all this blogging and posting my life here?  What good will it bring?  Who the heck cares? And then I find so…

Exercise the writing muscle every day. Even if it's a letter, or word, notes, a title, without the exercise the muscles seize up.

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