Words to Collect

  • Gradient
  • Suppress
  • Rhapsodize
  • Bobbed
  • Record

 

How to Collect Words:

  1. Look it up! See what the word means and learn how it’s pronounced.
  2. Write it down in your word collecting notebook.
  3. Try to use your new word in a sentence you write today.
  4. Try to use your new word in a conversation.
  5. Enjoy your new word and expanded vocabulary!

5 Ways to Support Your Creative Friends

Creative ventures are a brave and inspiring thing to witness, even to people without artistic inclinations. We like to romanticize the mind that sees connections and colors, themes and theories, solutions and stories – but general admiration doesn’t fully cover the everyday needs of a creative soul.

5 Ways to Support Your Creative Friends

Today I’m sharing some practical ways you can support your creative friends based on what I’ve found received from the wonderful people who’ve helped and encouraged me, and from being a supporter of fellow creatives myself.

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Word of the Week

Word of the Week is designed to bring you a little luck and a lot of fun in the days to come. This week’s word is…

Word of the Week June 28 - July 4: Detail
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Detail

Train your eye on the details around you to find little beauties, underappreciated ingenuity, and maybe a surprise or two!

Tip of the Week: pay attention to homonyms this week!

Share an interesting detail about yourself this week on social media, or in the comments!

Quote of the Day – The Wizard of Oz

The sky darkened, and a low rumbling sound was heard in the air. There was a rushing of many wings; a great chattering and laughing; and the sun came out of the dark sky to show the Wicked Witch surrounded by a crowd of monkeys, each with a pair of immense and powerful wings on his shoulders.

–The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum

Words to Collect

  • Rarefied
  • Germinate
  • Latch
  • Surplus
  • Haze

 

How to Collect Words:

  1. Look it up! See what the word means and learn how it’s pronounced.
  2. Write it down in your word collecting notebook.
  3. Try to use your new word in a sentence you write today.
  4. Try to use your new word in a conversation.
  5. Enjoy your new word and expanded vocabulary!