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The Future of Writers in the Age of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Everyone is alarmed at the speedy development of technology. With Artificial Intelligence (AI) gaining momentum these days, I become more conversant with this topic. And of course, the conversations about  AI are mostly about how much the potential that AI … Continue reading

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Diary Burning: Horrible or Usual?

Andy is a friend of mine who everyone will never thought to be a diary keeper. The 37-year-old guy looks too sturdy and manly. His biceps have girth twice as mine. So is his visceral fat level. Though I take … Continue reading

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How Smoking Writers Quit Smoking Successfully

Creative people and caffeine and tobacco are like a trio. When I was working at an advertising agency, I came to learn this fact the hard way. With me as an exception, everyone in the office is a smoker and … Continue reading

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Stressed Out? Go Blogging!

Contrary to popular belief, expressive writing that gets read by others apparently provides real benefits. The effects are real when compared with private diary writing. At least that’s what American Psychological Association (APA) publicized in early 2012. These psychologists claimed … Continue reading

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Writers’ Commitment Renewal

Last night I discovered someone’s Instagram handle. Out of curiosity, I clicked it and I was led to a feed full of heavily edited travel photos, urban landscapes and social gatherings. Very typical, indeed. But what caught my attention is … Continue reading

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Slow Writing for Better Results

NOW I’m confident enough to say that my slow typing habit is justified and defended by science. I saw J.K. Rowling showcased an admirable typing speed in the documentary years ago. She punched that keyboard with the enthusiasm I’ve never … Continue reading

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Light as Antidote of Writer’s Block

WRITER’S block is always considered the culprit of every writer’s low productivity (I can imagine some of you nodding in agreement). But regardless of the triggering cause(s) of writer’s block, what can we actually do about it aside from complaining … Continue reading

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One Sure Way to a Better Writing

RAISE your hand if you hate reading a book that frustrates more than entertains you. Well, I’m no exception. I’ve recently started reading Yuval Noah Hariri’s “Homo Deus”. And in spite of the buzz that this book is extremely cool … Continue reading

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Will Writers Be Replaced by Artificial Intelligence (AI)?

As Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly intruding our civilization, everyone from every job sector seems to be frantic and anxious right now. “Will I be replaced by a robot?” “Will I lose my current job in the near future to … Continue reading

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This Is Why We Naturally Feel Happier After Taking Photos on Trips

There’re moments when I’m traveling I would be so enthusiastic I forget taking pictures. As a yoga practitioner, I’m told that being so immersed in your positive experience means that you just have to forget taking pictures. Because taking pictures … Continue reading

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