Tag Archives : Writing

7 SIGNS YOU MAY BE MISSING IN SPOTTING AND SUPPORTING AN ASPERGERS UNDIAGNOSED PARTNER


Do you consider your partner to be uncompromising, unreasonable, inconsiderate to your needs regardless of how much to explain how they are affecting your relationship? Are they just being horrible to you or could there be another reason why their behaviour is somewhat outside of what you consider ‘normal’? Are you confused as to how the same person who is…

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Special Co-Author Interview with Beatrice Hofmann


The Perfect Migrant Book Launching on 25 May 2018. Here is the script from the interview with Beatrice Hofmann, Her chapter is the first in the book and its titled LEARNING EACH STEP OF THE WAY: How to Identify Opportunities and Benefit from them. You can view the full YouTube interview here “I feel a great level of accomplishment. I…

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Co-Author Interview with Charity Ngugi-Latz -The Perfect Migrant book


“Every migrant is imperfectly perfect. The strength that drives leaving all you have to pursue the unknown gives you tremendous mental toughness” Amina Chitembo. In preparation for the launch of The Perfect Migrant book on 25 May 2018, the first of co-authored books compiled by me and published by my company Diverse Cultures Publishing. I am featuring interviews with some…

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Three Sure Ways to Rapidly Boost Your Writing


“Just write every day of your life. Read intensely then see what happens. Most of my friends who are put on that diet have very pleasant careers.” – Ray Bradbury, WD 1. Read more – Yes, read more about other peoples’ writing. Reading will open you up to different writing styles. You will get the opportunity to know what you like…

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Five Compelling Reasons Why You Should Write.


  “Do it Regardless of Your Imperfect Writing Skills” 1. It’s good for your mental health Putting words on paper can be therapeutic, whether you put a pen to paper or type on a computer. Expressing yourself through writing can be useful for your health and emotional well-being. Writing without worrying (expressive writing), involves pouring your heart and mind into…

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