Tag: support

How to Gain Powerful Street Cred with Real World Relationships
September 8, 2017 Writing Advice Stacy Overby

Online networking, social media, cyber-conventions, and more tend to dominate the conversation when it comes to writing life. It’s easy to get so focused on this stuff that real world relationships might get lost. You need people to do more than retweet, repost, and re-blog for you. Let’s discuss why. Connections         The first reason for

Stories’R’us: Fighting for Childhood Diseases
December 12, 2015 Causes,Writing Stephanie Ayers

Many things can impact people’s lives, including writers. Sometimes being able to help with causes that are important to us is difficult. This is why Our Write Side likes to find ways to get involved that do not require out-of-pocket donations. Our favorite ways to support anything is through using our voices, our words, our

Failing as a Teacher
October 7, 2015 Writing,Writing Advice Eric Keizer

               I have a confession to make. I am a bad teacher. Oh, I do all of the right things to help my students succeed. I support their learning as best I can. I take an interest in them both as students and as people. I play to their strengths and try to help them

Pay It Forward
September 24, 2015 Causes Stephanie Ayers

Our Write Side is all about paying it forward, especially within the writing community. Little random acts of kindness can turn someone’s dark storm into a burst of sunlight. This is why we support the Pay It Forward Foundation. The Pay It Forward Foundation is a 501 c3 Non-Profit Organization, established in September of 2000,