Author: Kelly Higgins

Kelly Higgins

“Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into visible”

This life motto motivates Kelly to be more powerful and self-confident in order to achieve all setting goals. She graduated from Chicago University where she holds Bachelor’s degree in Journalism. Kelly started her scientific career while being a student. She published different articles on various topics which were connected with journalism. Lecturers were satisfied with all her works and her impeccable writing skills. After graduation from university, she began working as an editor and writer in popular local linguistic magazine.

Kelly is very hard-working person, who always manages to accomplish informative, interesting, expressive and intelligible articles to readers.  Her linguistic competence includes fluent English, possession of stylistic techniques and methods, excellent spelling, punctuation and grammar. Kelly says: “Your readers should be so engaged with your work that they keep checking back to see if you have anything new.” With her vivid imagination and strong sense of language she always creates authentic and top-notch contents.

A couple months ago, Kelly started her blog, where she describes all effective ways of successful writing. There she also posts different advice how to be a good editor or how to increase your linguistic competence etc. She likes to share all her knowledge with other people and help them to communicate their ideas in appropriate way.


6 Samples of Post – Graduation Questions and How to Answer Them

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6 Irritating Post-Graduation Questions and How to Answer Them You’ve finally got your diploma and now you may have the graduation party with all your closest friends and family. You rejoice because you have gone through the whole path of student life and now you’re drinking champagne without any idea what to do next. Such many graduates consider themselves as “losers” realizing that they still…

The Whole Truth about a 1000 Word Essay

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Effective Essay Writing – 1000 Word Essay in a Few Hours What factors are the most important for students who are assigned to create an essay?  Usually, they pay attention primarily to its type and its size, and when they deepen in details, they are shocked. “How long should an essay be? 500 or 1000 words?”  Many students find such figures terrible, but there are…

Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid During Online Courses

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10 Common Mistakes Online Students Make With the advance of technology, online courses for students are as popular as never. Millions of students all over the world take up such courses to get the degree of their dream. No wonder, as it is extremely comfortable and beneficial. Each day the popularity of this trend is becoming higher rapidly. These online courses provide students with the…

Write a Good College Essay

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Formula for Effective College Essay Writing For the majority of students any writing assignment seems to be a real nightmare. Of course, as good essay writing requires many abilities and skills. In addition, you need to spend a lot of time to create a perfect essay, which deserves the highest appreciation. Among different kinds of papers students can`t but face college admission essays. All students…

Tips on research paper outline writing

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If you are going to create a research paper, then the first thing you should start with is writing an outline which will help you with the whole process of a paper creation. An outline is an important element which combines all your thoughts in a logical system, it`s like a skeleton of your future research paper. An outline will remind you not to forget…

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