Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Mary Jaksch
3,724 followers -
I'm a Zen Master, mother, blogger, accidental entrepreneur - most of all, I love life!
I'm a Zen Master, mother, blogger, accidental entrepreneur - most of all, I love life!

3,724 followers
About
Mary's posts

Post has attachment
How confident are you really? Take this fun quiz to find out. After all, confidence and self-esteem are foundations of happiness.

Post has attachment
The Ultimate Writer's Advantage Giveaway really is super useful for Writers. You get software and training for over $1,410, including a one-year membership to Grammarly Premium. C

Post has attachment
If you're an aspiring writer, you want to make writing easy, right?
So many writers get stuck in front of the empty page, wondering how to get going.

This articles shows one, failsafe tip to sneak past the perfectionism that can make use feel stuck. Check out the video in the middle!

Post has attachment
Would you be a potential survivor of a disaster? Have you got what it takes to survive against all odds?

Read this post to find out.

Post has attachment
If you dream of being a non-fiction writer, this is for you. It's a superb, step-by-step articles. One to bookmark!

Post has attachment
Want to know how to uncover your true potential? Listen to the podcast with my awesome friends, Laura and Mark Tong.

Post has attachment
Have you ever tried expressive writing? Research has found that this kind of writing has healing power.

When Shalhavit Cohen first studied with Professor Tal Ben-Shahar at Harvard, the founder of the Positive Psychology movement, she struggled with anxiety and depression. But after a short while, her mood started to lift because she put into practice what Professor Tal Ben-Shahar taught her about expressive writing.

She was so inspired by the change in her life, she wanted to spread the message and created an inspiring video story.

New Research Shows How Expressive Writing Can Make You Happier
Share
24
+1
3
Tweet
37
Share
1
SHARES 65
Wz

Do you feel down at times?

I think it can happen to all of us.

When we feel down, life is a struggle. Even simple things can feel overwhelming.

And creativity? Forget it.

But as writers, we have a secret weapon to make us feel happier and more positive. Read on to find out how to use it.

The secret weapon of expressive writing
When Shalhavit Cohen first studied with Professor Tal Ben-Shahar at Harvard, the founder of the Positive Psychology movement, she struggled with anxiety and depression. But after a short while, her mood started to lift because she put into practice what Professor Tal Ben-Shahar taught her about expressive writing.

She was so inspired by the change in her life, she wanted to spread the message and created an inspiring video story.

If you feel down at times and want to find a way to feel happier and more positive, watch the video in this article.

Post has attachment
If you're a writer, this is a 'must-read'! That is if you want to create an income from your writing. Content Marketing is the buzzword that everyone is talking about.

But what exactly does it mean? In this post, we walk you through two complete content marketing examples for authors … one from a fiction writer — Lisa Unger — and the other from a nonfiction writer — Jacob McMillen.

Take a look at how they have become successful by using content marketing strategies.

Post has attachment
Let’s start with the bad news: the vast majority of online content never gets noticed.

Period, end of story, thanks for playing… goodbye and goodnight.

So should you just give up on your dreams as an author?

Absolutely not.

Instead of throwing in the towel and resigning yourself to the internet graveyard, the answer is to get strategic by befriending a term that has exploded online over the last five years: content marketing.


In this outstanding new post, you'll find a step-by-step guide to content marketing for authors.
 
It's a must-read for anyone who wants to be successful as a writer.

Post has attachment
We all want to boost our wellbeing, as well as becoming more creative.
Research shows that exercise boosts wellbeing and brain power.

However, the problem is motivation. How can you get motivated to make exercise a healthy habit?

This is where a fitness and sleep tracker, like the Fitbit Surge is hugely beneficial because it offers you gentle reminders and a sense of achievement.

Click to enter the Giveaway! It closes soon but you still have a chance to win the Fitbit Surge!
Wait while more posts are being loaded