Your Reader Asks You to Be Mindful When You Write

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Writing is very powerful! Our words can, and often will, influence someone to take an action. That one reason alone is why we should exhibit mindfulness of our…

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When Life knocks you down, be a rubber ball and bounce up. I enjoy creativity and I love life! I write for fun, and I live in the present. Hit FOLLOW ⤵

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