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How to Write More Using Slow-Cooker Creativity

Summer, the perfect time for grilling. Well, not for me, since my apartment complex doesn’t allow a grill on our all-wood balcony. For some reason, their insurance company doesn’t like the idea. HoweverWriting - slow cooker, another device I like to take advantage of is the slow cooker. It’s incredible. A busy cook tosses in the right ingredients, sets the slow cooker controls, and goes about their other duties and the result is amazing.

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Building Emotional Hooks 7 Ways

 

Have you ever forgotten something right after you read it? I’ll bet that you’re nodding your head.

I recently watched an intriguing “Ted Talks” video Feats of Memory Anyone Can Do. The speaker said, to remember something we have to be able to put some emotional hooks into it. We have to connect the new information to things we already know, or else we forget it.

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