Jack Milgram

Author's biography

I have been interested in writing since I made the acquaintance of pen and paper. My first letters were really funny, and my mom still keeps them as mementoes. However, as soon as I learned how to write words, I started forming them into sentences. And do you know what my first sentence said? “I love my words”. It was written so ineptly that it looked more like “I love my weird”. When I was younger and played in a band I also started writing poems, but to be honest, prose is much easier for me and I’m doing much better focusing on exactly that. I started writing, but often left unfinished, many of my essays at school, as well as my researches at college, where I studied psychology and education. I started freelance writing when I was a student. I have never found sitting in an office appealing, and a world traveler is actually my true alter-ego. That is why freelancing was my career solution. And now, here you are, reading my tips and guidance for my favorite occupation while I am actually doing what I love all over the world.

Recent posts by Jack Milgram

Essay on Corruption: Quick and Easy Guide and Best Ideas

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Corruption is a phenomenon which can occur in any country in the world.

No matter if the country is poor or prosperous, democratic or authoritarian, big or small – it will not avoid corruption.

The cost of corruption in the world is estimated at approximately 1 trillion dollars; meanwhile, about 1 billion people live in conditions of extreme poverty.

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200 Powerful Words to Use Instead of “Good” [Infographic]

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Do you find yourself using the word “good” to describe just about anything? Good weather, good movies, good music, good life, good this, good that…

Surely, it’s convenient and time-efficient to use one word over and over again, but does it really express the exact meaning you’d like to convey? We bet it doesn’t.

That’s why we’ve put together this handy infographic containing 200 different words for “good” to help you make your speech and writing more powerful and impactful.

Don’t wrack your brain looking for other words for “good”—just choose the one you like from our infographic!
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