Friday Fun – The Art of Group Blogging

Live to Write - Write to Live

Friday Fun is a group post from the writers of the NHWN blog. Each week, we’ll pose and answer a different, get-to-know-us question. We hope you’ll join in by providing your answer in the comments.

QUESTION: This week’s question comes from reader Kernan Manion, MD. He writes, “I’d love to hear how you – as a group – have decided to keep to a schedule, decide on a topic, and hold each other accountable.” Great question, Kernan. Thanks!

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Jamie WallaceI have had the good fortune to be part of several group blogs and in each case team members take full responsibility for their own schedules, topics, and deadlines. Here at Live to Write – Write to Live, we are all professional writers of one kind of another, so we’re used to working independently, managing our time, and meeting deadlines. That said, one of the best parts…

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My Illness is NOT a Secret. But why should I explain it to you?

The Be Kind Times

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This is a photo of me… photo-shopped to make me grey and invisible, as that is how I am feeling right at this moment.  My illness is invisible, however I am not, and this seemingly gives people the right to ridicule me in public, it’s not fair and I want it to end.  Not just for me but everyone who goes through embarrassment like I did today.

I will not use my walking stick just because it provokes your compassion, I will not do anything to the detriment of my own independence, just so you can see my illness and not take the piss out of me.

You wanna know what happened?

OK.

Today, no less than 3 hours ago, I was in the Ramsgate Waitrose store very close to my home (that I traveled to, 1 stop by bus), getting a few bits for dinner this week.  I was…

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15 Things Ambitious Girls Do A Little Bit Differently When They’re Dating

Thought Catalog

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1.Their relationship will not take up 100% of their life, but they will put 100% into their relationship. It’s important to ambitious girls to have other priorities and things going on outside of their relationship. But that doesn’t mean they won’t give it their all when it comes to being happy with someone.

2.They’re not looking for a challenge, but they are looking for someone to challenge them. They’re not interested in the chase or winning the game. But they’re interested in being with someone who’s going to challenge them to be better and to grow every day.

3.Romance usually means something different to ambitious girls. They love dates and surprises just like the next girl. But in their minds, the most romantic thing in the world is being with someone who they can truly relate to, and someone who supports them in everything that…

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