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Write What You Love, Not What You Know


Some writers don’t write because they don’t know what to write. For creativity’s sake, don’t wait until you know what to write – write to figure out what you think you might know and more importantly, what you don’t know yet. Don’t worry for one second about not knowing what to write.

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Reward Yourself Part 3


By Rosanne Bane Blue Learns to Teeter-Totter Most of what dogs do in agility are natural behaviors – running, jumping, climbing – but the teeter-totter is not. Take another look at those videos if you’ve never seen a dog on a teeter-totter. The teeter is weighted so that one end stays on the ground. The […]

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