When I was in college, I took a course called “American Autobiography.” From Mary Rowlandson to Ben Franklin to Harriet Jacobs to Ernest Hemingway, that class exposed me to what must have been at least a dozen stunning, thought-provoking memoirs. That was one of my earliest experiences examining creative nonfiction, but it helped engrain my love for the genre.
Think you have every reference book you need to write the perfect story?
By Jennifer Scott, editor and business developer
Content creation is one of the most important parts of any business in this modern era. But though it may be the one of the only forms of communication you have with your potential customers, if you’ve attempted to create your own content in the past, you know how time consuming and overwhelming it can be to write quality posts for your blog.
Today, I’m showing you everything you need to know about creating perfect content for your blog efficiently, every time.
Some of you may know that I was part of the very first HP Millennial Influencer Panel last year, and I’m delighted to say that I’ve been selected to participate yet again!
Before you say anything — hear me out.
I loved being an English major. The thrived on the classroom discussions, and I crossed so many amazing works of literature off my to-read list in the process. But that doesn’t mean there weren’t some serious drawbacks.
By Alyssa Winters, blogger and writer
When you move into your first apartment, you’re suddenly on your own. There are so many things you must take care of by yourself. With all these new responsibilities and chores, you may be wondering: how can I make them easier?
My due date spreadsheet is by far my most popular download from this site, and if you guys love that so much, I’m sure you’ll love the adult-ier version.
I’ve spent the last several weeks searching the web for questions to ask prospective landlords, but I have been thoroughly disappointed. Most of the lists I’ve found mention only obvious questions, or pose such weird questions that you’d sound completely silly asking a landlord them!
If you’re thinking about moving out of your parents’ house, odds are there are a lot of big life changes coming your way soon. You probably just graduated from high school or college, just started working full-time, and you may or may not have a lot of financial experience.
And while I wouldn’t consider myself a prime financial advisor, I’m happy to share the steps my fiancé and I took in moving out of our parents’ homes and into one together.