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Wave your magic wand, Kiss me on my neck
I’m James Bond, but you keep me in check
You whisper in my ear,
“Let’s get drunk
No beer, just glasses of love
Let's drink til our hearts have enough
Until our lips can’t get enough of each other
call me whatever, but after this, I’m your only lover”



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When it comes to writing good articles, it can be daunting, especially when you’re a new writer.

You have a lot to think about — attention-grabbing headlines, choosing the right topic, tags, and publications.

As a writer, you want to share your thoughts with the world.

You feel great when readers (writers) connect with your words. Sometimes, though, obstacles appear and steer you from your course.

5 Obstacles You’re Likely To Encounter

  1. Self-doubt.
  2. Loss of interest in writing.
  3. Procrastination.
  4. Poor stats.
  5. Lack of time to write.

Fear not, my friend. Obstacles are there to make you wiser.

If you find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere.

Frank A. Clark