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Belinda Miller


…does a wonderful job of explaining the blog, website process…helped this newbie and set up a beautiful website!

Geriann Fischer

Owner, SkinOvative Solutions

…listens to what you want and then delivers results…built my blog and incorporated my ideas and gave me the results I want to grow my business.!

Kelly Harman

Author, Speaker, Business Owner

I could not have been happier or more impressed with the results…delivered the work before the deadline.

Carlos Castro

Owner, Todos Supermarket

It is great to have the level of support that All Things Writing offers. It is a one stop shop operation!

Steve Clapp


...created a website for me that has greatly enhanced my work as an independent journalist.

When is it okay? Living the Writer’s Life

I wrote the draft of a poem. In it I ask, “When is it okay to wake me up this way?” I’ll give away the punchline. The piece is about my dog who paws me with her clawed feet, sits on my chest and licks my mouth trying to wake me up so I will…
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Five Steps to Holding More Effective Meetings

By Stephen Trask, MT, and Katherine Gotthardt, M.Ed. The assertion is that face- to-face meetings are no longer relevant or needed, given the number of communication technologies available. Email is used to exchange basic ideas, conference calls and Skype are used for audio exchanges and video conference is used to get small and large groups…
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To Change the World, Learn from the Latchkey Kids

By Stephen Trask, MT, and Katherine Gotthardt, M.Ed. It was marked by high divorce rates and video games, this generation of independent kids who learned to care for and entertain themselves while mom or dad worked long hours. Generally thought to be born between 1965 and 1979, the generation, marked X, mashed between Baby Boomers…
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Five Ways to Get Educated Outside the Classroom

The road to becoming educated is often a winding one that can feel more like a lonely path. Along the journey, we get discouraged, feeling like there is only one way to get things done, one way to learn and one way to progress. These are myths. The paths towards learning are varied, and they…
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How to Retain Clients…and Be a Better Person

I love my networking group. I always leave with something to think about and so much to write about, I can’t possibly keep up.  But I’ve carved out some time today because the question posed this morning by our leader, Peggie Arvidson, was an important one: how do you retain clients? Now, this networking group…
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Workshop Offered: Living Inside Love

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Pleased to be Part of the Palmer Family’s Celebration

I was honored to be asked to write about the Palmer’s 50th wedding anniversary celebration.  The family held a surprise party on September 6, during which they actually distributed my article.  Below is a video of this amazing event which included more than 200 people.
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Why I’d Hire Me

It’s not that I’m vain.  It’s that I love my clients and want what’s best for their success.  And sometimes that means referring them to other professionals. Case in point.  My client wanted to upgrade his website.  We had used a WordPress template that looked good and worked efficiently.  But to expand the site, I…
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writing tone

Don’t Use that Tone!

How did you react to the title of this blog?  Did you hear your mother?  I did as soon as I read it, and I’m the one that wrote it!  That’s what tone in writing can do.  We literally “hear” in our minds the way something is said. Here’s what happens in writing.  We use…
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Go ahead. Raise your voice.

At a networking meeting this week, I talked a little bit about voice in blogging and how important it is to your business.  If you aren’t familiar with the term as it applies to writing, voice refers to an individual style that sets the author apart from other writers.  When applied to blogging, voice helps…
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