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How to write A+ proposal essay for sale?

Writing an A+ proposal paper is a difficult task if you don’t know what to include in it. What is a proposal paper? It is exactly what it seems to be. This kind of essay is meant to propose some idea and back it up with evidence that is aimed at making the audience understand why that particular idea is good or not. Proposal papers are often assigned to students studying business and economics, but they are not limited to the mentioned fields. Thus, proposals can be a part of college education or some professional field.

Where to start?

In fact, a lot of work should be done before the actual process of writing. There are a number of pre-writing techniques that you should know about. Here are but a few of them:

Learn more about your audience. Keep in mind that your proposal paper is your way to persuade the reader that the proposed idea is worth attention.

Conduct a research. Take your time to speak with various experts in the field of your study and look through the existing investigations on the topic.

Spend a few hours brainstorming the ideas that you will include in your paper. It will help you organize your thoughts and come up with some really prominent idea.

Revise you drafts. Avoid turning in the draft you have written from scratch. Give your paper to your friends or colleagues to receive a feedback on your writing.

What are the main parts of a proposal essay?

Before writing the paper, it is important to organize the parts of your essay to suit the particular type of proposal. Your paper should include introduction, the proposed idea and strategies for its implementation, desirable results and required resources. Proper writing and organizing these parts of your paper will ensure that you get an A+ for your proposal essay for sale.

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Hashtag Overkill: Are You A Culprit?

If you’re not aware of what a hashtag is, the rest of this post probably isn’t going to make sense to you. You’re free to keep reading, just in case you are unknowingly committing what is quickly becoming one of my biggest pet peeves: improper use of the hashtag. It sounds petty, I know, but in my eyes, not knowing where and how to use a hashtag is just as huge as not knowing the difference between “your” and “you’re”.

I’m going to go ahead and give people the benefit of the doubt and think that maybe they’re just not sure what those fancy new hashtags are and therefore have no idea where and when to use them. My hopes are that anyone ( all 4 of you) that reads this blog will understand the error of your ways here. That sounds really arrogant, but it’s not meant to, I’m just at my wits’ end here.

The definition of “hashtag” is this:

The # symbol, called a hashtag, is used to mark keywords or topics in a Tweet. It was created organically by Twitter users as a way to categorize messages.

Wonderful! On a social network as crazy and out there as Twitter, it’s probably a good idea to have things like hashtags out there so that users can keep better track of things that interest them, right? Absolutely. I’ve been known to browse through many hashtags in my two active years on Twitter, and let me tell you, they’re great. So what’s the problem? Why is this post needed? Well, my friends, because people just think that hashtags are there to be used in whatever way they see fit and that is NOT what the hashtag is about.

Example of a Tweet with a properly used hashtag:

Did you know that you can use a hashtag to categorize and group your Tweets? #Twitter

What makes this the proper use of a hashtag? Well, take the Tweet into account. It pertains to a feature that is specific to Twitter and give the definition of what a hashtag does. Therefore, it’s quite appropriate to slap the “#Twitter” hashtag onto that Tweet. That will ensure that anyone can see this mini Twitter tutorial when they are looking through Tweets grouped under the “#Twitter” hashtag.

Let’s use a TV show as another example. I love the show Dexter, so when I watch the show, I make sure that anything I say is tagged with the “#Dexter” hashtag, so that others that want to read Tweets about the show or reply to me can see what I’ve said.

I can’t believe that just happened. How am I going to wait until next season!? #Dexter

Simple. It’s there, it’s in the group of Tweets now and onward I would go.

Now for the bad. The use of hashtags that have no business on Twitter. I’m just going to cut to the chase here and give a bad example of hashtag usage.

Today in the store I started drinking a bottle of Mountain Dew before checking out #andidontcare

Um, ok? Unless “#andidontcare” is a trending topic, this really isn’t a proper hashtag. A hashtag should not be part of your sentence (unless again, it’s a trending topic). It’s perfectly fine to create your own hashtag, but ask yourself this before you Tweet a seemingly new hashtag, “Is this a hashtag that I’m going to use again?” If the answer is “no” don’t do it. It’s completely pointless and just annoying. If you plan to Tweet more with the usage of “#andidontcare” have at it! That way, people who are interested to see what you don’t care about can just browse through your hashtag. If it’s only one Tweet, why bother? Just stop. Stop.

I don’t really know why this has become so “popular” on Twitter. I’ve seen people doing this who are very capable and most likely know what the purpose of a hashtag is. A hashtag is a categorization tool, not a sentence enhancer.

Maybe I just don’t get it? If you are guilty of doing this, leave a comment and explain to me why you do it, because I may just be missing something in the grand scheme of things.

Cop Out Post: More Snow Pictures

I haven’t updated in over a week and I know my first post should have more meat to it, but it doesn’t. Things have just been busy, busy, busy. That’s what the holidays do, I guess. I’ve been off work since Friday, but it doesn’t even feel like it. That said, it is snowing today, 3 days late, but it’s there. We’re supposed to get 3-5 inches, but we’ll see what happens. So, rather than being silent for yet another day, here are pictures of this system as it has progressed so far. I’m sure I’ll make another updated post tomorrow with the “end results” of this little storm.

I will be back to my “normal” posting schedule soon, I just had no time to really make the effort to get posts in, and if I had forced myself through the holiday they would have been sub-par and not even worth reading, and in my eyes, no content is better than crappy content. Also, I have my first review to write up in the next week or so, so keep a look out for that. I’m super excited!

Photo Post: First Real Snowfall

It almost feels weird posting this so late in the year. Sure, it may not even be winter yet, but usually by this time we’ve had our first “true” snowfall. We’ve had snow a couple of times, but the accumulations were so minimal that it melted before it made any sort of impact. Today however, the snow not only stuck around but stuck to the ground and hung on tight.

I’m in one of my weird sleeping phases again, probably due to the weather change, it happens every year. So, my sleeping pattern is completely out of whack at the moment. I don’t sleep through the night but instead in spurts, an hour or two here, an hour or two there. I was up this morning at around 9:45am and there was just a slight dusting and I didn’t think anything of it. Since I’ve barely been sleeping, I decided to go back and lay down, and when I woke up a few hours later things had completely changed. I wasn’t expecting it, but I’m not annoyed. It’s almost Christmas, the snow is long overdue and it’s a Saturday so I can just sit and watch it and enjoy it rather than be terrified that I have to drive in it (hate driving in it).

That said, NE Ohio friends, don’t think this snow is still going to be hanging around by next Saturday/Sunday, because it’ll be long gone. We’ll be back in the 50′s by Monday with more rain, so this snow will probably be gone by mid-week at the latest, but possibly earlier. That’s not to say it won’t be a white Christmas, but don’t get too upset if it doesn’t happen. Anyway, on to the pictures…

The Best Part of My Day

Photo by blueday

What is this? Two blog posts in one day? Mark it down, folks! I was going to save this one until tomorrow but I knew that I’d never end up writing this, or I’d write in three months from now and I want to talk about it today.

We all have parts of our day that we enjoy more than other parts. Some people like to get up with the birds and just enjoy the quiet of the morning, while others prefer afternoons. Some people enjoy the moments after work and school is done and their family has a few hours of time together to decompress after a long day. There’s no right or wrong way to pick the best part of the day, it’s just whatever makes you feel good, relaxes you, and what you look forward to everyday.

For me, the best part of my day are those moments before I go to sleep. I go to bed anywhere from 20 minutes to 3 hours before I actually go to sleep. I get everything I’ll need to the next day ready, put on PJs, grab my phone, my heating pad if it’s cold enough and just go lay in bed and relax. I have a bunch of stories and books loaded onto my phone and while it isn’t the ideal way to read (an iPad would be much better and we know how badly I want one of those), I prefer it at night because I don’t have to leave any lights on. I can relax in the dark under my blankets with just the glow of the phone while I read.

I’ve never been the type to just go lay in bed and fall asleep, not even when I was a kid. I remember being really young, before my sister was born even (she was born when I was 4), just laying in bed for hours until I finally fell asleep. I’m still that way now at 27, so I always make sure that I have my phone with me when I lay down so I can ease myself into a state of mind that will allow my body to fall asleep.

There are nights where I’m up reading for 2-3 hours and other nights where I barely make it 30 minutes. Even if I am up for 2-3 hours reading, I’m very relaxed and at ease and I’m just enjoying what I’m reading and the quietness that can only come at that time of the night, since I tend to not go to bed until at least midnight, unless I’m extremely tired.

This is what I look forward to every single day. That’s not to say that I overlook everything else, but since I’m the kind of person that values that decompression time, this is something that is very important, relaxing, and helpful for me. It gets me ready to start the next day feeling rested and happy.

What is the best part of your day? Do you find yourself looking forward to it on a daily basis? 

Dexter: Reality vs. Television

Image Courtesy of Showtime

I’m a big fan of Dexter, I’ve said it before. More importantly, I’m a big fan of Michael C. Hall and have been since I got into Six Feet Under back in 2001. That said, I never would have started watching Dexter if he weren’t in it, so maybe my opinions here are going to be a little biased. I like to say that I view everything objectively and that I don’t just make excuses for things because of who is involved with it, but I probably do without realizing it.

That said, I just want to point out and talk about things that I’ve been reading on Dexter related forums lately. I know you can’t please everyone, and I myself have a few issues with the show, especially these last few seasons, but people seem to be jumping on some bandwagon lately, all saying the same things without originality. Like it’s cool now to knock the writers of the show now. I’m going to be respectful here and put everything else behind a read more link, because the talk will be spoilery for all six season. I will not say anything about episodes that haven’t aired yet, but for the ones that have, I’ll talk about theorize. You have been warned.

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