Writers are like modern rock stars. Don’t believe it? Take a look at J. K. Rowling, George R. R. Martin and Stephen King. Authors often earn millions (and sometimes even billions) of dollars simply by pursuing their dreams of writing. Of course, writing is time consuming work and not all writers achieve great success but, as so many bestsellers have proved, the next great book could literally begin with a note on a dinner napkin or an idea scribbled down in the middle of the night.
How do you feel? Are you happy? These are important questions to ask yourself every day and to consider each time you make a decision, big or small. The way you feel determines how you look at your life and what’s important, such as your values and your beliefs. You can do good deeds in the world but, that has little to do with how you feel because, when you feel good, everything is automatically good.
Where you do spend most of your time?
Typically, most of us spend the majority of our time at home or at the office. Since this is often the case, it’s no secret then that things around us affect us, especially colors and interior designs. Some designs and colors can make our days and moods brighter while others can quickly ruin them.
This quick and easy interior guide will help you better understand how colors affect your mood and productivity. We’ve also included 15 interior tips and tricks to make your home or office more comfortable, stylish and inviting.
Can you imagine your day without music? That’s impossible, right? Even now, when I need to concentrate on writing this article, I’m listening to a Summer Electro Mixtape on Youtube. This background music sets the mood for my thoughts and boosts my energy like a cup of delicious morning tea.
Today, I would like to tell you more about how music affects your brain, your lifestyle and your habits. Let’s start with how music predicts our personality and then we’ll move further to three more interesting facts. Please enjoy, but first make sure to turn on the music you like!
Many people are afraid to learn something new, and as I said in one of the previous articles, this fear is really natural. But when the fear is gone and you are ready to learn new things, how should you do it? The process is quite easy, I described it below in 6 simple steps. By taking these steps you can learn quite everything, this scheme works every time – all you need to do is answer questions honestly and follow the steps.
So whether you want to learn a new instrument or a new language, or just some minor skill – enjoy these 6 steps and get ready to learn anything you want!
Most students tend to have a very poor studying habit which always shows up in their grades. In as much as most of them are aware of this, some of them are totally in the dark and continue to foster these bad studying habits. The good news is that even with your poor habits, you can turn things around if you so wish. There are tons of resources available online which can be used to help a student improve their studying habits. This piece will highlight ten of the most useful online tools that college students can use to their own studying advantage.
Fear of something unknown is one of the biggest and strongest fears for all humans. What can be more “unknown” than something you’re learning? 🙂 We learn things we don’t know – and here unites two different emotions. First one is the passion to explore new things, the second one is the fear of the unknown.
On the one hand, learning is what pushes us out of the comfort zone and makes us feel blind as kittens, on the other – all the big cats once were just blind kittens. Learning is natural, so is fear. Harmony between these two is what gives amazing learning results and personality transformations.
Here are 5 reasons why you should never stop learning. Hope this will help you to fight your fears. Enjoy!
Educational technology is everywhere nowadays! There is a good reason behind the increased popularity of EdTech tools: they make the learning and writing process easier for both students and teachers. Although it seems that math gets all the love in the EdTech world, you can also find awesome tools that will help you go through the process of writing academic papers. To save you from the effort of searching through the sea of available writing tools, we will rank the most efficient resources in the list below.
Planning college interviews starts long before you schedule your first on-campus Q&A. Preparation is the key to a successful interview. Of course, interviews are rarely required when applying for admission to a bachelor’s program, but they can give you a leg up.
Choosing a college is one of the hardest decisions you’ll make in your life, and with so many options available, it’s hard to select just one. Below are the top 10 questions you should ask yourself before choosing a college.