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Being a Woman Writer: Is There an Issue?

The short answer? There isn't.

May Writing Contest Winner

I would like to congratulate Temidayo for being May's prose winner of the 2B or Not 2B website! This piece especially stood out to me due to its modern applications. Massive, global societal issues exist, yet they are merely glanced over by... Continue Reading →

How to Make an Impact

The most prevalent goal for writers and artists is to make an impact on the world around them. When you fall in love with a film, find yourself entranced by a book, or realize you are transfixed by an art piece,... Continue Reading →

How To Find Yourself

It's gotten to the point in my life where I am writing scholarship essays, considering universities on a global basis, and weighing in my options as a student; I am thinking about my future now more than ever. My philosophy... Continue Reading →

Books Are Not Dying

A couple years ago, I was given a Kindle for my birthday. I remember being excited; I was ready to read my favorite classics on the same device wherever I wanted, eager to swipe the touch screen, anxious to download... Continue Reading →

Why New Year’s Resolutions Never Work

The year 2017 calls for New Year Resolutions. With less than a week before the big countdown, it's all anyone's talking about. But the truth of the matter is that a fraction of the people who make resolutions actually follow... Continue Reading →

When People-Watching

There is a certain type of beauty to the morning, a certain sense of gratefulness as the world peels open its encrusted eyes. The continents untuck themselves from oceanic blankets and mumble, Thank God we’re alive. Thank God we’re breathing.... Continue Reading →

Black Friday: Keeping Spirituality Separate From Materialism

Today I'd like to talk about a topic that has been bothering me since the Black Friday commercials first aired on our televisions. It affects us all as artists, writers, and individual thinkers.

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