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April 13, 2010

What Words and Teenagers Have in Common

Both need their space.

Long, winding thoughts – without breaks – tell the mind “this is too much to read.”

Break up thoughts into smaller sections. Use space between paragraphs to allow the eye and mind to easily digest what you’ve written. “Say what you need to say” and say it …with space. Give your words room to breathe, so the reader won’t have to constantly come up for air.

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