Just a Girl Lost 2

Just a girl lost~ Here I share bits & pieces of me, in poetry, prose, music & posts from writers who inspire me.


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via: When the leaves dance: thoughts on developing your voice. — hannah brencher

I just discovered this amazing writer who has already inspired me to have the courage to find my voice and truly share me in my writings.  She is truly a rare talent and one you must follow and read.  🙂

©justagirllost2~ Monique M.

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Dear Hannah, My English teacher told us yesterday to write in our own voice and not to write descriptively, saying “can I have some water” instead of “may I partake of that liquid refreshment?” This slightly goes against everything I’ve ever learned about formal writing. I love writing descriptively and making the leaves dance between […]

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5 Simple Tweaks to Legally Protect Your Blog Right Now

There are lots of legal considerations involved with blogging. Learn how to make some quick changes in order to legally protect your blog right now.

Source: 5 Simple Tweaks to Legally Protect Your Blog Right Now

*a reblog

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The Invisible Hand of Politics — A Two Sided Truth

“All warfare is based on deception.” – Sun Tzu The world reserve currency (or anchor currency) is a big deal in international transactions.It is common in these sorts of transactions and serves as a foreign exchange reserve for countries of the world. Since World War II, the US dollar has been the primary world reserve […]

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*my Reblog from ©STEPHEN ANDREW WALLER-


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Poetic contemplation: William Stafford on writing, pursuing your life dreams and accepting your true nature —

I love everything about this…

©justagirllost2~ Monique

 

*Reblogged from https://businessinrhyme.com/

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William Stafford is an American contemporary poet and writer. Born in 1914, his early teenage and adult years were marked with effort to support family by doing various seasonal jobs. As the eldest of five children he grew up appreciating books and nature. He received a BA and an MA from the University of Kansas […]

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