Date: 2017-03-21 15:27
Migration in bullet journal terms refers to an event or task that wasn’t completed when you planned, so you migrate it to another day. In other words, you move it from Tuesday the 6th to Friday the 9th (or whenever). The official Bullet Journal Symbol for migrating something is lots of people use other symbols. Part of the point of migration is that you have to write the thing down again every time you migrate if you find yourself doing this repeatedly, it’s an indication that you really don’t want to do the thing, or, that maybe, it doesn’t really need doing. As Ryder Carroll, the inventor of the Bullet Journal says :
I wrote much of the book’s first draft longhand while working at a bookstore. We played, mostly, the local public classical radio station. I recall a lot of Edvard Grieg, Bach, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, and Beethoven
Just something short. I 8767 d like feedback please on whether or not I have the potential to become a writer. It is my dream to hold my own book in my hands. Thank you for taking the time to read 🙂
I made him resign his job and I am thinking of making him the founder of a secret movement that would go on to restart the civil rights movement. This is where I am stuck because I am desperately trying to avoid cliches but this direction of the story is headed straight to cliche land.
It was an ordinary day in the life of the samurai, that is. Samurai and heir to the Hagi residential, Kento Kadesheke, was engaged in a duel with his well recognized, self esteemed master.
love and great guideline. Life is all about protagonist and antagonist. Yes I have a story to tell. As Henny Penny started a rumour I the sky is falling and collected all to meet the king when foxy woxy intervened, I start this rumour read my story it 8767 s grat you be the antagonist and search for the great story. Now now!6
The primary reason I choose to write by hand that my brain works differently with pen (or pencil) and paper. I’m less distracted by aesthetics (typography, for instance, is not an issue). I often turn to pen and paper (or pencil) when I get stuck, particularly on when I’m writing books, or lengthy research articles. Often, I’ll draft in long hand, then edit in longhand, then keyboard it and edit again before I submit.
I think your start is great! I actually had a start like yours, saying if looks could kill I 8767 d be dead right now. But I love your story, it is so creative!! P
I use a lot of dialogue in my stories. Still not sure if that 8767 s good or bad. I 8767 m still remembering the teacher who told me to not use dialogue at all when I was in the fourth grade. I find I use words other 8775 (s)he said 8776 . I 8767 ll write, 8775 she snapped 8776 or 8775 he added. 8776 I go with the flow of the dialogue, get down the emotion with those little, quick phrases and later go back and get rid of most of them, changing them to 8775 said 8776 and adding in actions like 8775 smiling 8776 or whatever. If I try and just use 8775 said 8776 I lose complete flow of the dialogue.
She bows and resumes dancing. My flame across the room is whispering to someone. Normally I would not give it much thought, as field agents are always whispering. We whisper more than we talk, if talk is required at all. “I have other graces too, handsome.”