Going Beyond the Obvious

The topics we write about may not be unique, but we can bring our own experience to whatever we create
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I’ve lost count of how many times I started an article and shelved it because it wasn’t quite ready to publish it… Only to see another author post something similar.

Is it something in the air? Possibly. Or the news cycle, or the change of seasons, or any number of things that cause writers to share the same…

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Former COO. Writes about personal growth and development, finances, and the path to meaningful writing.

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Diona L. Reeves

Diona L. Reeves

Former COO. Writes about personal growth and development, finances, and the path to meaningful writing.

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