Monthly Archives: April 2017


How to Write Your Goals
Facing the prospect of life after graduation kind of makes my skin crawl because my major is so open that I could literally take it and run anywhere and do anything with excellence. I have glamorous dreams, but no dream comes to pass without putting in the work beforehand. Enter goal setting […]

How to Write Your Goals (and Why You Need Them)



How to Write When You Don't Have Time to Write
I shouldn’t be writing this right now because between a huge event I’m putting on for my college and my senior project I have enough to do. But here I am, pattering away at my keyboard so that you can learn something useful. Our relationship to time is odd You live […]

How to Write When You Don’t Have Time to Write



How to Expand Your Vocabulary
Most of the writerly advice I hear and share boils down to this: keep it simple. From sentence structure to grammar and even your vocabulary, if you want to communicate, you need to simplify. Why bother making your personal bank of words complex when you only need to use the […]

How to Expand Your Vocabulary


See also: How to Write any Essay Abstracts are the short (usually 100-700 words) paragraphs you see printed in research journals that describe whatever is in the actual research paper. Any essay that is published usually comes with an abstract. Used to help readers determine whether or not they need […]

How to Write an Abstract for a Paper