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My Essential Lines from 2009

I’ve been thinking about my own choice of ‘essential post‘ from 2009.  I know, I know, it’s not easy to choose I decided to cheat a bit by starting with an essential post from each of the 12 calendar months, posts which captured something important or represented a significant blogging milestone for me. My 12 [...]

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Essential Lines from 2009: Group Writing Project

Those of you who were reading Confident Writing this time last year might recall that I ran a group writing project in December called Simply the Best.  It was based on reviewing then selecting your best post of the year gone by, and explaining why you thought it was simply the best. It was a [...]

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How Do You Write to Learn? JJL Group Writing Project

I wanted to let you know about a group writing project I’m supporting at JJL (Joyful Jubilant Learning). It’s on a question I think you’ll find of interest: How Do You Write to Learn? You can find out more about how to join in here: How do you write to learn - group writing project. [...]

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What Writing Makes Possible

What Writing Makes Possible

How does writing help to make things possible? That was the question I put to the Confident Writing community a few weeks ago.  I hoped the answers would make for some interesting insights into how writing works and the role it plays in the way we live our lives. I added in a suggestion that [...]

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How Does Writing Help to Make Things Possible?

How Does Writing Help to Make Things Possible?

I have an idea that the act of writing, consistently, over time, can change things. Changes the way that we feel or that we look at the world.  Changes our perception of obstacles, and possibilities.  Acts, in some way, to help make things possible. Continue reading

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