On another note, I need to read the $70,000 research because that's about what my wife and I combined make and I've been noticing how happy we are and how little I think about making more money because I can't imagine what more money would buy us.
At The Heart Of A Watch, Tested By Time http://n.pr/1DFoTkV
I'm not sure EngageNY would ever fold Cheryl Strayed's "writing is hard work" into a how-to-teach-writing module: “Writing is hard for every last one of us… Coal mining is harder. Do you think miners stand around all day talking about how hard it is to mine for coal? They do not. They simply dig.”
Nevertheless, the colorful characterization might resonate with some of our more reluctant writers: http://www.brainpickings.org/2015/04/13/cheryl-strayed-write-like-a-motherfucker-advice/?mc_cid=e72ade79a1&mc_eid=d1e6825514.
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