The simple answer is “no.” It could trace to the way desire works; you can never fully realize what you desire; you can only enjoy trying to realize it. And if trying to realize it makes you miserable or perhaps causes dysfunction, you need help. One of the operative ideas in literate activity is repeating
Monthly Archives:: January 2016
Writers, Welcome to a New Semester!
College students are writers. No matter our major, papers are required even though we might not consider ourselves writers. We often think that “real” writers don’t struggle coming up with ideas, drafting or revising. Real writers have inspiration to lead and sustain them through paper after paper. In order to encourage each other this semester,
Rewriting, Rethinking, Retooling-Learning through the Writing Process
During a college math class, I once took a test where I learned something. Yes, I learned something I while taking a test. The test asked me to explain the difference between two terms- it was subtle, but I did know the difference. The thing is, I hadn’t realized that subtle difference until the question