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How to Motivate Yourself to Study: 8 Essential Tips Help You Study with Passion
There’s nothing more dreading that forcing yourself to learn something that you have zero interest in learning. It’s mundane, tedious and boring. It’s not fun when you could just do something far more engaging and pleasurable, but you have to be s...
How Can You Write a Perfect Rationale?
A rationale more or less helps explain the reason for your proposal. You could be an entrepreneur trying to explain to your investors and convince them to be a part of your deal and let you launch a new business, or you could be a teacher that nee...
How to Start a Journal: Start Easy and Start Now
Some of the greatest writers in history kept a journal with them. What they once used as a diary to record their innermost thoughts and feelings became famous pieces of literature studied in schools, colleges and by scholars. You may not want such...
How to Get Into Harvard: 7 Essential Tips You Must Know
Many high school students are eager to enter elite schools such as Harvard, Stanford, Princeton and Yale although they don’t actually know how to make their application stand out. Harvard sees over 20,000 applications yearly so the competition tha...
11 Tips to Focus On Studies Effectively
It’s so easy to get distracted in this day and age. With things like social media, friends, family and noisy surroundings which all influence our focus, it’s understandable why some people find it difficult to concentrate. Everyone has the ability...
Would You Rather Questions for Kids to Brainstorm
Engage in conversations with your child and encourage them to be curious about things by asking them questions which are challenging. It would also be good to ask them the same questions once in a while just so you can see how much they have grown...
How to Train Your Voice: 8 Essential Tips Give You Amazing Voice
Most people mistake singing voice as something you are either born with or without. They aren’t wrong, but while genetics plays a role in the way your voice sounds, your voice can be trained and learned from just like an instrument. In this articl...
8 Most Effective Methods on How to Overcome Laziness
Laziness: the desire to simply not do anything, to resist any form of effort, and to remain idle for the extended period of time. It is the state of total passivity, letting things stays as they are as everything else moves on without you. We all ...
How to Make Periods Bigger
Okay, so you don’t have a lot of time to make your essay look long and you’re kind of empty of ideas regarding things to write. Luckily for you, there are ways you can get away with writing a little while making it look like a lot. You can make yo...
12 Tips on How to Improve English Communication Skills
English is an international medium of communication, so you want to know how to improve English communication skills. Communication skills are important in every aspect of life such as in relationships, work or education. We all face some problems...
Difference Between Dwarf and Midget
The words dwarf and midget both refer to someone who may be shorter than normal. You may have used these terms interchangeably to refer to a short person, but there is a difference in both words. A midget is different from a dwarf because a midget...
Woah or Whoa: What Is Your Choice?
Is it whoa or woah? How exactly do you spell that little exclamatory word that rhymes with “low”? According to dictionaries, “whoa” is the correct spelling, but words that are mainly spoken tend to have varied spellings when people write them down...