How to make your writing sound better

Some people are somewhat talented at writing. Others are not quite so. If you are not one of those talented writers, you will be happy to know that there are a few secrets that will help you to make your writing sound better. In this article, we will have a look at what some of these secrets are. Next time you write, please try these out. You may be surprised at just how much your writing will have improved. 1. Avoid Using Empty Filler Words When we write, sometimes filler words will be used. Often the writer will not realize they have done this. Words such as: here, it and there are words that should not be used at the start of a sentence. This is because you will have to change your sentences to fit these words. 2. Avoid Words That Are Weak Rather than using weak words, try replacing...

On the Occasion That We Have All Been Mistaken

The first question we ask upon hearing someone is pregnant or just gave birth: “Is it a boy or a girl?” The first question we ask in a game of twenty-one questions with our friends: “Was it a man or a woman?” Out of 46 microscopic chromosomes, one of those, depending on the development of either the Wolffian System or the Mullerian System, will determine the events from the first outfit we wear in public as an infant, to the pronoun placed on our gravestones when we die.  For those without homes, memories, or control, Love Poem to Androgyny encompasses identity struggles supplemented with a theme of birth, and is dedicated “for those without names.” Stacey Waite stylistically brings emphasis to gender issues, subsequent feelings of disapproval, and unanswered but unavoidable questions rega

Study Tips That Can Help Your Kids Stay Focused during Middle and High School

If you have a child in their teenage years, you already know just how busy their lives, and yours, can be. Oftentimes, teens get so busy that they find it difficult to focus on one thing at a time, often leading to declining grades. One way that you can help your teen do better academically, and in all other areas of life, is to teach them good organizational skills and study habits. By helping your teen realize the importance of organization, what time they do spend on homework and studying will be maximized, meaning that they do better in school, and have more time to pursue other interests. If you are at home when your kids come home from school, you can probably attest to the fact that the first thing they do when they walk in the door is drop their stuff and head off for some fun a...

Home Study Courses are All the Rage

Are you currently a college student or consider college in the near future? If this is the case, you may want to think about some home study courses as well. In this day and age college has so many more aspects than ever before. Fortunately you don't have to live on a university campus or commute daily to a college in order to acquire a great education. Welcome to an era where learning can be accomplished in the comfort of your own home. Are you ready for a college class without the standard classroom, scheduled time, boring professor and expensive parking space? Stop for a moment to ponder the many reasons folks would be interested in home study courses. If you can't picture it, just let me give you a rundown of online college course benefits. First of all, your schedule is more flexib...

Distance learning degree

Distance learning degrees are an easy cheap way to learn new skills, improve your credentials, and accelerate your future earning potential with a minimum investment of time and money. One can get distance learning degrees in a wide range of areas of study accounting, business administration, computer science and programming, English, environmental technology, and criminal justice are just a small sample of the almost unlimited variety of distance learning programs available. If you You can imagine it, you can probably get a degree in it through distance learning! Distance learning works by connecting students to their teachers and course work through the internet. Programs vary, but typically the student will be able to submit homework, ask questions, take tests, and even sit in on lec...