ID and E-Learning Links (4/2/17)
Karl Kapp, author of several books, shares tips for the writing process. Think about your energy levels during the day and what’s the best time to write versus doing all the “assembly” and other tasks needed.
Writing is the process of discovery, so, you don’t have to have all your ideas fully formed before you write (an outline is good but you may not know exactly what you want to write). As you write, it will clarify your ideas. Don’t wait for the perfect word or phrase, just write and it will morph into something that you like. Don’t wait for something that you like before you write it down, just write.
Complete List of Self-Employed Expenses and Tax Deductions | QuickBooks
A clear example of what is deductible and what isn’t for US self-employed people, including what counts in each category
Color Theory For Designers: Creating Your Own Color Palettes – Smashing Magazine
Some basics of color theory and how to create color palettes
Warning: Don’t count on an Oxford comma to fix bad writing. | LinkedIn
I’m a supporter of the serial comma, especially for voice over, but there’s a good point here. Weak sentence construction can’t be fixed by simply adding a comma.
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I believe you must be in a “mood” of sorts for writing. There are times when I feel like I have the ability to write a 1,000 page book, if time permitted. There are other times I feel like I am at a complete loss for creativity.
This is a great posting!
Read Karl’s post. He talks about how he gets past those blocks when he is stuck writing. I agree that sometimes it comes easily, but I have times when I have to write anyway.
So great! Thank you sharing