"Required reading" for today's smart writer.

"Required reading" for today's smart writer.
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Saturday, November 5, 2016

The 3Rs SERIES OFFERS TOOLS & TIPS FOR SUCCESS



RECOMMENDED READS AROUND THE WEB

8 STEPS TO A SOCIAL MEDIA PLAN


 
5 WAYS AN ATTORNEY CAN HELP, BEYOND A LAWSUIT

ARE YOU THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY?


HOW MUCH SHOULD YOU CHARGE FOR YOUR E-BOOKS?



7 REASONS YOU’RE STRUGGLING AS A BLOGGER


 

RESOURCES

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REVIEW

Adult Coloring Books


I see them practically everywhere now. From TV commercials, to online products offered, to places where I shop in my area. So, I was curious to find out if these crayon companions could actually provide a creative outlet and relieve stress (as touted).

It just so happens that they have a pretty wide assortment at various Dollar Tree Stores. I figured that it would be a smart way to shop and approach things with minimal risk.
The version I selected had the theme of religious crosses.

For about a month, I've been coloring off and on, as I watch TV or when I am about to retire before bed.
The verdict? I do think that they offer a pleasant distraction, and that perhaps over an extended period of time could enhance one's creativity and contribute to a calmer state of mind.
But for now, it's too soon to say for sure. More on this later...

Have a great week ahead.


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