The Ultimate List Of 369 Beautiful Words

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What makes a word beautiful?

Is it the sound of the word or its meaning?

The study of the pleasantness or unpleasantness of the way words and phrases sound (regardless of their meaning) is called phonaesthetics.

But I think the combination of sound and meaning is what makes for pretty words.

Consider the word “diarrhea” which trills off the tongue but isn’t a pleasant topic to ponder.

But the word “diary” is equally pleasing to the ear and has an intriguing meaning.

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105 About Me Questions For An About Me Tag Game

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Ever created a blog (or vlog) post to participate in a game of About Me tag?

If not, you’re probably wondering what that is.

Essentially, you ask and answer a series of questions posed by the blogger who tagged you.

Then you tag others, who answer the same questions in blog posts or videos of their own.

You can create your own tag using About Me questions like the ones you’ll find in this article.

You can also use these questions to create a “100 facts about me” blog post and invite fellow bloggers and vloggers to share facts about themselves.

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41 Great Things To Write In A Retirement Card

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Some new retirees sail away on grand adventures.

Others cozy up with a list of books long waiting to be read. And some celebrate by dancing the night away.

Retirement is a huge milestone that looks different to everyone.

But every person who’s about to retire needs to be honored and acknowledged.

Whether you’re writing to a coworker or a friend, finding the right message to applaud their professional accomplishments can be quite difficult.

To make things easier, we’ve curated 41 different ideas for retirement card messages that you can choose from. 

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61 Of The Best Journaling Ideas To De-Stress And Feel Happy

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Sometimes, just allowing yourself to write whatever wants to come out is enough to get the words flowing, and daily journaling provides the perfect outlet for this.

But there are times when your brain goes as blank as the page in front of you. It happens.

This is why it helps to have a list of creative journal ideas handy.

The next time you find yourself looking for some journal entry ideas, I hope you’ll give this article another look (after enjoying it today).

With a list of journaling ideas at your disposal, you’re sure to find something to shake down whatever is blocking your writing flow.

Sometimes, it’s as easy as reminding yourself why you’re looking for things to journal about in the first place.

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12 Of The Best Pens for Lefties

If you’re left-handed, you know how frustrating it can be to write with pens.

Your right-handed friends can enjoy the smooth fluidity of the ink without worrying that their hands will smudge and smear it as they write. 

But you? It’s hard to find a pen that won’t punish you for using it.

Inky hands aren’t a good look.

So, does this mean you’re doomed to write only with pencils?

Thank heavens, no. More than one genius out there designed pens for left-handed writers. 

Read on to learn more about the 12 best pens for lefties in 2021. 

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Freelance Writing Jobs For Beginners: Where To Find Lucrative Gigs

Freelance Writing Jobs

Do you love to write? Do you wish you could write more? Would you like to get paid for your writing?

If you answered “yes” to some or all of these questions, it’s time to pursue some freelance writing jobs for beginners.

Maybe you have some limiting beliefs that prevent you from turning your love of writing into a job or side gig. You might not think of yourself as a writer. Or maybe you’re scared of rejection or think no one would hire you.

One of the best ways to improve your writing skills, build your confidence, and create a steady income stream is through freelance writing jobs.

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How To Write Your Manifesto

How to Write Your Manifesto

Check out anyone’s Facebook page, and you’ll get a story of who they are. Yes, a story, but not necessarily the real picture. Not the manifesto of their lives or the depths of their souls.

What we put out to the world and how we present ourselves is just the overcoat of our true selves. It’s the glossy surface of the deeper, more complicated, and frankly more interesting people we really are.

I find people with histories, baggage, flaws, and regrets far more compelling than those who lives appear perfect and “normal” — whatever that is. Give me a messed up soul who’s examined their lives and can embrace their flaws over the veneered perfectionist whose mask never slips any day.

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