It doesn't matter if you're married, engaged, single and happy, single and hopeful, or a hermit, you have probably heard this cliche:
Love is a verb.
Well, maybe I'm exaggerating - a hermit might not have, but that's another debate for another time. Cliches are cliches for a reason, and though most of us have heard the phrase "love is a verb" over and over, its much easier to repeat it parrot-style than actually put it into practice. If you truly love somebody, you won't just stick around for the warm fuzzy hot-chocolate-and-mittens feelings. You'll stay with that person through annoyances, disagreements, and full-out fights. (Pay attention, Taylor Swift.)
It turns out that this phrase also relates to writing.
When is the last time you said, "I love writing?" Honestly, I haven't said that out loud for quite a while, because.... (Read more)
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(And in case you're wondering, that is a picture of my keyboard, and yes, the 7 key is missing.)