Mar 09, 2018

Introducing...the Occupation Thesaurus! ~ WRITERS HELPING WRITERS®

Let’s say you’re at a party, and you meet someone new. The small talk begins. If you want to learn more about them, what’s one of the first things you ask? “So, what do you do?” Asking this question can … Continue reading →

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