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OneNote App and the Value of Persistence

Information: Microsoft’s OneNote In my recent post about the Evernote note-taking app, subscriber Melissa Stroh suggested I look at OneNote. It is part of Microsoft’s free Office Online package, including Outlook mail, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneDrive (free storage), and more. Check out OneNote at this link. If you already have a Microsoft email account (Hotmail.com, […]

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What to Do When You Feel Like Quitting

Many thanks to the readers who commented on my last blog post, “Is It Time to Quit?” Several shared ways they have coped with feelings of discouragement. This week, I’ll try to summarize what was said so that those who didn’t comment can have the benefit of other readers’ wisdom. Quit? Just Don’t Do It […]

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Is It Time to Quit?

I posted an earlier version of this article on January 16, 2012. At the time, I was a bit discouraged. Also, I had listened to several people who were in the same frame of mind. Now, I’m having those thoughts again. After all, I’m “old enough” to retire from everything without guilt. The conversation I’m […]

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Spring Cleaning: Get Organized

Spring’s here, and it’s time to clean up your act—and your house. Why not get your writing life organized, too? I once used the following quotes to speak to a women’s group about organizing. The principles they present will help you get your work organized, too. Definition Organizing is what you do before you do […]

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