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College Students Can Harness Their Passions with the Perfect Service Project!

With the world still recovering from the aftermath of COVID-19, service projects are a great aid, and college students can help! Various fantastic service project opportunities can align with anyone’s interests whether you are a “people person,” enjoy the outdoors or have a knack for finance. Where there’s a will, there’s a way! Service projects…

Creating a Volunteer Program at Work

When you want to give back to your community, one of the most effective ways is to get your workplace involved in the cause. This starts with finding one reason that is important to you and inspiring others to feel passionate about improving. Once you have a cause in mind, you can follow these steps…

3 Ways to Find Time to Volunteer Even When You’re Busy

While there’s a greater number of people actively getting involved in their communities, there are others who would like to find the time to do more. If you fall into this latter category, you shouldn’t feel obligated to rearrange your schedule to do something good for others. Here are just a few of the many…

5 Tips for Self-Editing Your Pieces

Professional editors can be expensive. And sometimes unnecessary. Even if you don’t consider yourself a wordsmith, it’s possible to self-edit. You have to know how to do that: Put It Aside Time permitting, before you finalize your writing, put it aside for a day or two. Reading over and over is tedious, and besides, you know…

Tips for Joining a Writing Workshop

Tom Robbins is a famous author of several bestselling novels, including Even Cowgirls, Get the Blues, starring Uma Thurman and Keanu Reeves. When Writer’s Digest asked him in an interview for the No. 1 reason aspiring authors fail, he said: “Because they can’t take the loneliness required to be a writer.” While making a successful writer…

The Best Online Writing Tools

Whether you write for your business’ online blog or have ambitions of a career as a writer, you will always want your writing to be the best that it can be. To that end, it makes sense to use innovative technology to help you give your writing a boost. There are plenty of online tools…

How to Successfully Pitch Your Writing

Making a career in freelance writing requires the ability to submit the perfect writing pitch. Pitching an article calls for distinctly different techniques than writing and researching. Here are the fundamental components of a successful pitch. Research the Publication A pitch should be emailed directly to someone on the editorial staff. If the website does…

5 Tips for Creating the Best Writing Portfolio

Freelance writers must work harder than journalists at getting hired because their next gigs are not guaranteed; this starts by building the most attractive writing portfolio as an addition to their resumes. Don’t make it too big. A common myth is that writers need to include all of their writing samples and published works. If…

Nutritional Tips for Your Horse

Nutrition for every living thing is essential in their growth and productivity, and it usually takes different forms. For a horse, it enhances its performance, keeps it healthy and happy. Below are key outlined factors that help you understand horse nutrition better and put the knowledge acquired to use. The content is a compilation of…

The Best Breeds for Jumping

Any horse can be trained for jumping. If you are serious about the sport, you may want to look into a horse explicitly bred for jumping or other active events. Read on to learn what breeds will be best for competition. Consider your level and needs. When deciding what breed to get, you need to…

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