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Monthly Archives: March 2011
I was on our Facebook page recently and I came across a comment from a student about flagging motivation that made me recall a study technique I still use today. It was passed on by one of my writing professors, who knew a thing or two about time management: she taught full-time and still turned out full-length non-fiction and novels. I probably shouldn’t say that she “passed on” this technique. It was more like forcing this technique by way of a class assignment. The course was a study of the short story and it was full of aspiring writers. Given … Continue reading