To Be – Observant

Be Observant
Be Observant

Be Observant

🧡 stay curious about everything
🧡 honor different perspectives
🧡 take the time to really think
🧡 don’t fear what you don’t know
🧡 allow your opinions to change

How do YOU stay observant? Share your ideas in the comments!

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Enemies to Friends and Why it Works

Enemies to Friends and Why it Works: why we love to see opposing characters form unexpected relationships.

Everyone seems to love it when enemies are able to overcome their differences and form a friendship. They may bicker and beat each other up in the beginning, yet readers will confidently claim they’re destined for a happily ever after.

Today I’m highlighting a few reasons why Enemies to Friends keeps showing up in our favorite books.

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Word of the Week

Word of the Week May 15 - 21 | Connect: brought together
Word of the Week is designed to bring you a little luck and a lot of fun in the days to come. Follow my blog to receive creative encouragement and colorful content every day!
Word of the Week May 15 - 21 | Connect: brought together

Connect

Brought together.


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Word Collector

Words to Collect: look it up, write it down, try it out! Features the words SQUIRE, TRUCE, INFER, ALLUDE, and QUILL.
Words to Collect: look it up, write it down, try it out! Features the words SQUIRE, TRUCE, INFER, ALLUDE, and QUILL.

Collect a Word!

  • Look it up! Learn what new words mean, how they’re pronounced, and where you can use them.
  • Write it down! You’re more likely to remember things that you’ve written down and repeatedly revisit.
  • Try it out! Express your thoughts and ideas using that amazing new vocabulary.

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