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The shocking moment a cyclist knocks over an elderly man

<p>A cyclist weaving through peak-hour traffic smashed into an elderly man as he attempted to cross the road.</p> <p>The shocking collision, captured on a dashcam, shows the moment an elderly man dashed across Racecourse Road in Flemington, Melbourne, on Saturday.</p> <p>The footage was shared on <a href="https://www.3aw.com.au/lane-filtering-cyclist-collides-with-man-crossing-racecourse-road/" target="_blank"><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">3AW</span></strong></a> and shows the cyclist attempting to skip traffic before the heart-stopping incident.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><iframe width="500" height="281" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/Tgfk1z5jnGM?feature=oembed" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen=""></iframe></p> <p>The elderly man was waiting on one side of the road when he was given a signal by a driver in a stationary car to cross the road.</p> <p>Unaware of the incoming cyclist, the man hurried across the road as the cyclist collided with him.</p> <p>MREC-TAG-HERE</p> <p>Although the man did not use a pedestrian crossing, it was the cyclist’s responsibility to give way to him.</p> <p>“You must also give way to pedestrians even if there is no marked pedestrian crossing if there is any danger of colliding with them”, according to <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><a href="http://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/roads/safety-rules/road-rules/pedestrians.html" target="_blank"><strong>Transport road and maritime services.</strong></a></span></p> <p>The elderly man was left with cuts and grazes and the cyclist’s condition is unknown.</p> <p>Who do you think was at fault? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below. </p>

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Man fined $119 for singing in his car

<p>A Montreal man says he is facing a CAD$117 (AU$119) traffic ticket just for singing in his car.</p> <p>In September, Taofik Moalla was driving home and singing along to “Gonna Make You Sweat,” a 1990 dance music smash by C+C Music Factory in his car.</p> <p>The 38-year-old Canadian said he was singing out loud in his car when police pulled him over and asked him what he was doing.</p> <p>After Moalla replied, “Nothing,” one officer asked him, “Did you scream loudly?” the Canadian Broadcasting Company reported.</p> <p>Moalla told the officers, “No, I was just listening to my favourite song,” and then repeated the catchphrase of the song, “Everybody dance now!”</p> <p>After police checked Moalla’s license and registration, they issued him a traffic ticket fining him CAD$149 Canadian dollars for screaming in his car.</p> <p> </p> <p><iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/j2pPJywRGTk" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen=""></iframe></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><em>The song in question that got Moalla fined.</em></p> <p>Nearly a month later, Moalla said he’s still shocked by the charge.</p> <p>“I don’t know if my voice was very bad and that’s why I got the ticket,” he told CTV Montreal. “But I was very shocked. I understand if they are doing their job, they are allowed to check if everything’s OK, if I kidnapped someone or if there’s danger inside, but I would never expect they would give me a ticket for that.”</p> <p>Moalla insists he wasn’t singing too loudly.</p> <p>He plans to contest the ticket as soon as a court date is scheduled, which could take up to a year.</p> <p>However, Moalla’s fight for the right to sing to his favourite 90s song isn’t  getting much sympathy from his wife.</p> <p>“She told me, if it was for singing, I’d have given you a ticket for $300,” he told CTV Montreal.</p>

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“Unthinkable happened” when mum left kids in car to pay for petrol

<p>A horrific accident is serving as a reminder for parents to never leave young children alone in the car, even when quickly paying for petrol.</p> <p>A Missouri mum left her one-year-old and three-year-old alone in her SUV while she dashed in to pay for petrol. But in the moments she was gone, the toddlers managed to unbuckle their seatbelts and shift the car into reverse, causing the car to smash into a petrol pump and start a fire.</p> <p>Thankfully, a stranger stepped in and rescued the children from the flames, who were unharmed.</p> <p><img width="448" height="269" src="http://cdn.newsapi.com.au/image/v1/2857dcd85d9c8db899b8121a59f4e128" alt="hjk" class="show center-block img-responsive" style="display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;"/></p> <p>Officials are now sharing photos of the accident that occurred on Wednesday to warn parents of the danger of leaving children unattended in cars.</p> <p>Lisa Cox, a spokesperson for Springfield Police, said it is a crime to leave children unattended in a car. She did rule out the possibility of charges being filed against the mother.</p> <p><img width="437" height="187" src="https://static.independent.co.uk/s3fs-public/styles/story_medium/public/thumbnails/image/2018/03/28/20/screenshot-2018-03-28-at-3.10.52-pm.png" alt="screenshot-2018-03-28-at-3.10.52-pm.png" style="display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;"/></p> <p>Speaking to KY3, Daphne Greenlee, manager of Mercy Injury Prevention, said: “We hear about this all the time. Unfortunately, parents just get busy and are running into the pay for gas or the bank, or whatever, and it happens more often than we like,” before reminding parents: “The inconvenience that can happen does not outweigh the child's safety."</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p>

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Canberra café surprises burglar with hilarious note

<p>The staff at Niugini Arabica in Canberra had the last laugh after leaving a note inside their cash register after repeat burglaries. </p> <p>The café has been targeted before, so knowing that thieves would return to their shop, staff took the cash from the register before locking up for the day and replaced it with post-it-notes that read, “HAHA No Money” and “F**k you”.</p> <p>On March 20, the thieves returned with security footage showing three men wearing hoods break the glass before entering and rummaging through the store.</p> <p>The thieves found the cash register open with the notes and then left with a couple bags of coffee beans and a mobile phone.</p> <p>“Apart from stealing the work mobile phone, the thieves managed to walk right past the tip jar and get away with 2kg of our finest single origin roasted beans,” staff shared. </p> <p>“At least they have great taste in coffee.”</p> <p>Last Tuesday, the ACT Police attended the café and investigations are ongoing.</p> <p>It is not the first time Niugini Arabica enjoyed outsmarting thieves.</p> <p>On a previous occasion, a man used an axe to break in but only left with a first-aid bandage.</p> <p>The CCTV footage of the break in was paired with the <em>Benny Hill </em>soundtrack and commentary from owner Theodore Levantis’ son, who used it for a school assignment.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><iframe width="500" height="281" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/X35MFUG8Law?feature=oembed" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen=""></iframe></p> <p>MREC-TAG-HERE</p>

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These foods reduce anxiety

<p>If you suffer from anxiety, you might want to stock up on sauerkraut, says a recent study.</p> <p>According to recent research, fermented foods may help to reduce social anxiety. A study examined 700 university students who completed questionnaires that analysed their exercise habits, food consumption, personality, and levels of social anxiety.</p> <p>In addition, researchers administered genetic testing in order to determine genetic predisposition to anxiety.</p> <p>After examining subjects’ food intake, scientists found that those who consumed more fermented foods (yogurt, sauerkraut, etc.) were found to have less symptoms of social anxiety.</p> <p>Exercise was also found to have a correlation to reduced anxiety, though the findings of fermented food remained present even independent of exercise.</p> <p>Researchers have gathered that fermented foods affect gut bacteria, which in turn alters a subject’s mood.</p> <p>This is great news for Eastern European food lovers everywhere.</p> <p><strong>Related links:</strong></p> <p><em><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong><a href="/finance/insurance/2015/08/pill-to-stop-ageing/">Could this pill stop ageing?</a></strong></span></em></p> <p><em><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong><a href="/finance/insurance/2015/07/10-great-songs-from-the-60s/">10 songs from the 60s you need to revisit now</a></strong></span></em></p> <p><em><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong><a href="/finance/insurance/2015/07/colouring-helping-adults-destress/">How colouring is helping adults de-stress</a></strong></span></em></p>

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Car almost flips onto roof as another vehicle merges into its lane

<p>Merging into another lane in peak hour traffic can sometimes be a difficult task, and one video taking on a busy road in Sydney has shown us exactly how not to do it.</p> <p>The footage, which was captured on a busy Sydney road and posted on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/DashCamOwnersAustralia/" target="_blank"><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><em><strong>Dash Cam Owners Australia</strong></em></span></a> is as perplexing as it is worrying, and both drivers involved in the incident were quick to point the finger of blame at the other party.</p> <p><iframe src="https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2FDashCamOwnersAustralia%2Fvideos%2F1731624303563869%2F&amp;show_text=0&amp;width=560" width="560" height="315" style="border: none; overflow: hidden;" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="true" allowfullscreen="true"></iframe></p> <p>Hundreds of commenters have had their say on the incident.</p> <p>“Whether indicator on or not, you can not merge until it is 100 per cent clear to do, so merging driver must ensure it is safe to merge. Even a 10 year old kid knows that,” one man wrote.</p> <p>Amazingly, the woman in the vehicle involved came across the video and commented on the post.</p> <p>“This is going to help so much with the insurance process,' she wrote.</p> <p>“I was the one the lady hit and she even has the nerve to blame me like it was my fault! She said ‘I indicated and you had enough space for me to merge in front of you.’ She didn't even stop or come back just continued driving like nothing happened.”</p> <p>Road rules in New South Wales state that merging motorists must give way to vehicles in the lane they are tyring to move into.</p> <p>“Before changing lane, signal in plenty of time and check for other vehicles by looking in your mirrors and your blind spot,” the rule book states.</p> <p>What are your thoughts? Who do you think is in the wrong?</p> <p><em>Image credit: Facebook / <a href="https://www.facebook.com/DashCamOwnersAustralia/" target="_blank"><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Dash Cam Owners Australia</span></strong></a></em></p>

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Doctor leaves rude note on ambulance

<p>Health professionals of all varieties play an important role in society, but as is the case in any industry this doesn’t mean they’re all going to get along with each other. Never has this rung truer than in today’s story emerging from the UK, when an ambulance driver was left stunned by a rude note left on his vehicle by a doctor.</p> <p>Paramedic Zain Ali Kazmi found a note on his ambulance after parking in a bay at Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield, England, and he couldn’t have been more stunned.</p> <p>The note read, “Think about others before you block others’ car”, and was signed “A&amp;E Consultant”.</p> <p><iframe src="https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Ftscintnewschannel%2Fposts%2F2039600809653933&amp;width=500" width="500" height="752" style="border: none; overflow: hidden;" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="true"></iframe></p> <p>Kazmi was fuming in a post on Facebook: “Came out of ED to find this! Another note on an ambulance this time from an A&amp;E consultant outside A&amp;E because he was blocked in a bay where he shouldn’t have parked himself!”</p> <p>“We get enough of this stuff from the public. It’s not nice seeing it from another health care professional.”</p> <p>“There are some spaces there to park in but normally the police park there. It’s not a staff car park. It’s outside A&amp;E.</p> <p>“He was going round taking pictures at first and then he left the note. But he didn’t leave a note on the other consultant’s car that was there.</p> <p>“You don’t just leave a note on an ambulance. It’s not the way to deal with it.”</p> <p>What are your thoughts? Do you think the doctor is out of line?</p> <p>MREC-TAG-HERE</p>

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Outrageous carpark face-off divides the internet

<p><span>Sometimes a simple trip to the shops can quickly turn into a stressful experience as you endlessly cycle the carpark in the hopes of finding one free spot.</span></p> <p><span>One couple’s dashcam record an awkward stand-off that occurred after two people started fighting for a parking space.</span></p> <p><span>In the footage, one woman is seen running on foot to a car space and standing in the spot despite a car simultaneously pulling in to take it.</span></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><span><iframe width="500" height="281" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/tQ3JnxkZxJg?feature=oembed" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen=""></iframe><br /></span></p> <p><span>“You’re not even in a car woman,” the man in the car said.</span></p> <p><span>“Are you serious? </span></p> <p><span>With the woman insisting that she has every right to reserve the spot, she calls in for more people from her car to stand with her.</span></p> <p><span>“I’m gonna stay here all day, I got time,” said the man, before beeping his horn. “You think you can frickin walk into a spot?”</span></p> <p><span>The footage has divided the internet, with some saying the woman was definitely doing the wrong thing.</span></p> <p><span>"Oh man I would sit on that horn like it was my little brother caught stealing halloween candy," wrote one.</span></p> <p><span>"Isn't this how you get your car keyed?" added another Redditor.</span></p> <p>MREC-TAG-HERE</p> <p><span>However, other users said both parties were losers in this situation.</span></p> <p><span>"Dude... nobody won in this video," posted one watcher. "They all looked like childish morons in the end."</span></p> <p><span>After two minutes with no one making a budge, the driver finally pulled away from the spot.</span></p> <p><span>Have you ever witnessed something like this? Who do you think was in the wrong? Let us know in the comments below. </span></p>

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Shocking abusive note left on woman’s car parked in disabled spot

<p>A man has been left furious after an abusive note was left on his wife’s car because she parked in a disabled spot.</p> <p>The British man named Alan Tanner uploaded a photo of the note to Facebook which called out the actions of his wife and their daughter Paige.</p> <p>"You will be reported for illegal use of a blue badge space,” the note read.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img width="500" height="679" src="/media/7815640/1_500x679.jpg" alt="1 (91)"/></p> <p>"I witnessed you and your young, able bodied daughter park the car at 13.10 on 19 Feb 2018 and walk towards the precinct with no sign of disability.</p> <p>"This selfish action deprives a disabled person of somewhere to park."</p> <p>However, Alan revealed that the disabled badge belongs to his daughter who requires around the clock care due to her disability.</p> <p>“This was a letter left on my wife’s car today,” Alan wrote on Facebook.</p> <p>“[My wife] was parked in a disabled parking space. Paige has got a valid disabled badge.</p> <p>"Paige is not a young girl as you stated but a 23-year-old adult who is severely mentally disabled and requires 1:1 support at all times. I hope the person who wrote this gets to see this.”</p> <p>Alan’s response to the rude note has been praised online, with many calling out the behaviour of the careless stranger.</p> <p>MREC-TAG-HERE</p> <p>“You’re spot on there mate,” wrote one.</p> <p>“My wife has the same problem, the disability may be underlying. If I was approached I think I would blow a gasket and make them look stupid by showing them my wife’s disability and make them look silly.</p> <p>“I know some people abuse the system, but remember the very old saying NEVER JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER.”</p> <p>What do you think of this abusive note? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below. </p>

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5 super-healthy vegetables you’ve probably never heard of

<p>Tired of the same old local produce and looking for something new, exciting and healthy to spice up your dinner menu. Here are a few exotic veggies that might be a bit harder to find at your local greengrocer but are sure to impress your dinner guests if you can get hold of them.</p> <p><strong>Celeriac –</strong> Though popular in Europe, this hearty, delicious root vegetable is not as common in Australia. That’s a shame, because it makes for a great seasonal alternative to the potato in the winter, and is an excellent source of dietary fibre. Celeriac is also noteworthy among root vegetables in that it contains very little starch. So those looking to cut the starch from their diet can still enjoy potato snacks by replacing the potato with celeriac.</p> <p><strong>Purslane –</strong> This leafy green is classified as a weed, but is eaten in salads throughout the Mediterranean. Purslane is rich enough in all manner of good stuff to classify it as a superfood. Not only is it high in antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin C, B vitamins and minerals, it also contains melatonin and has more Omega-3 fatty acids than any other leafy vegetable. It is said to have been Gandhi’s favourite food.</p> <p><a href="/finance/insurance/2015/02/myths-about-food/" target="_blank"><em><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Related link: The 4 biggest lies you’ve been told about food</span></strong></em></a></p> <p><strong>Sweet potato leaves –</strong> Although the greens are widely popular in other areas of the world, most Australians have no idea that sweet potatoes even have leaves, let alone that they’re edible and delicious, with a softer texture and less bitter taste than kale or silver beet.</p> <p>But sweet potato greens as food may be getting more affection soon, thanks to a new analysis published in the journal <em>HortScience</em> that found the leaves have three times more vitamin B6, five times more vitamin C, and almost 10 times more riboflavin than actual sweet potatoes. Nutritionally, this makes the greens similar to spinach, but sweet potato leaves have less oxalic acid, which gives some greens like spinach and kale a sharper taste.</p> <p><strong>Kohlrabi –</strong> A relative of wild cabbage, this unique-looking vegetable has been hailed as one of the 150 healthiest foods on Earth. It is most commonly consumed in India, and is a staple in the Kashmiri diet. Pretty much everything on this plant is edible. Fry up the root for some kohlrabi fries, toss the leaves in a salad, or chomp on the crisp, juicy stems for a low-calorie snack.</p> <p><strong>Salsify –</strong> This plant might be related to the sunflower, but it's the edible root that is the real treat. Salsify has historically been popular as a food crop throughout Europe and as far as the Near East, and is also believed to have medicinal qualities. In fact, it was once believed to be a cure for snakebites. You can prepare salsify much like you can many other root vegetables, but what really sets it apart is the taste, which is akin to the flavor of artichoke hearts.</p> <p><strong>Related links:</strong></p> <p><em><strong><a href="/finance/insurance/2015/01/foods-that-increase-brainpower/" target="_blank"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Foods that increase brainpower</span></a></strong></em></p> <p><em><strong><a href="/finance/insurance/2015/02/eat-healthier-without-counting-calories/" target="_blank"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">5 ways to eat healthier without counting calories</span></a></strong></em></p> <p><em><strong><a href="/finance/insurance/2015/01/the-truth-about-dieting/" target="_blank"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Making sense of the diet mumbo jumbo</span></a></strong></em></p>

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Why laughter really is the best medicine

<p>It’s commonly said that laughter is the best medicine, and we’ve got some interesting facts to show you that it’s true. We’ve also got some tips on how to bring more laughter into your life.</p> <p><strong>Laughter is good for your body</strong></p> <p>There are so many ways in which laughter is good for you. We’ve chosen just a few:</p> <ul> <li>Laughter relaxes your whole body, relieves physical tension and stress, and keeps your muscles relaxed for up to 45 minutes.</li> <li>Laughter releases endorphins, which is our body’s natural feel-good chemical.</li> <li>Laughter improves blood flow and the function of blood vessels.</li> <li>Laughter boosts the immune system by decreasing stress hormones, and increasing immune cells and antibodies.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Laughter is good for your mind</strong></p> <p>Aside from the physical benefits of a hearty laugh, it can also help your mental health:</p> <ul> <li>Laughter reduces stress, increases energy, allowing you to relax, recharge, and stay focused.</li> <li>Humour can help you see things in a different light. If you feel overwhelmed, looking at the situation in a humorous perspective can give you psychological distance.</li> <li>Laughter can sweep away distressing emotions like anxiousness, sadness, and anger.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Laughter is good for your social life</strong></p> <p>Seeing or hearing someone else laugh makes them more attractive to us, and readies us to join in the fun ourselves.</p> <ul> <li>Laughing together with others helps form a close, positive bond. Having this laughter bond helps shield your relationship against disagreements and stress.</li> <li>Social humour allows us to be more spontaneous and express ourselves more honestly.</li> </ul> <p><strong>How to laugh more</strong></p> <p>It’s not always easy to find the funny in life. Like a lot of things, being able to laugh often can take practice. Here are a few tips on how to bring more laughter into your life:</p> <ul> <li>Smile more – laughter is a smile that exploded, so when you see something that makes you happy, or even just pleases you, practice smiling about it.</li> <li>If you hear laughter, go towards it. More often than not, people love sharing a good joke, so if you hear a group of people having a good laugh together, try and join in.</li> <li>Take yourself less seriously. Try to find the funny in everyday occurrences, even the ones that annoy or frustrate you. Laugh at yourself and keep things in perspective.</li> <li>Keep things around you that are reminders to stay happy – amusing toys, funny pictures or calendars, etc.</li> <li>Do as children do – kids are the ones to go to if you want to learn how to laugh and play more.</li> <li>Get a pet – not only are pets always there for a cuddle when you need one, they are a great source of joy and laughter.</li> </ul> <p><a href="/finance/insurance/2014/12/exercise-and-alzheimers/" target="_blank"><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>We ask: can exercise reducuce the reduce of Alzheimer's?</strong></span></a></p>

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Why everyone should write a book (and 7 simple tips to do so)

<p>Everyone should write at least one book in their lifetime that reflects your individuality, experience and wisdom – even if it’s just something you hand down to your grandchildren and they hand onto their children.</p> <p>There are a number of benefits to be had from writing a novel of your own. For instance, it’s like therapy. Through the process of writing a book you are bound to learn about yourself. We hear you say, “Well, I already know myself pretty well”… but we guarantee there are sides of yourself to be uncovered by doing something you’ve never done before, like writing a book. This is especially true if you write about something that matters to you or your own life experiences. In doing so you will keep digging deep inside yourself to discover new facets of your story and hidden corners of your personal experience. How many opportunities does one get for this level of self-reflection?</p> <p>Secondly, it’s a great way to keep your ticker healthy. And it might even make you smarter, too. No matter what you choose to write about, at some point you will have to do some research. In doing research, you will unravel a wealth of related information, and before long you will be educating yourself on all aspects of the world you are creating.</p> <p>So now that we’ve convinced you to write a book, comes the very big task: actually getting started. Every writer has to start somewhere and luckily we’ve compiled seven simple steps to help you!</p> <p><strong>1. Start small</strong></p> <p>Somewhere in the ballpark of 300 words per day is plenty. It’s how many great writers do it. For example, John Grisham began his writing career as a lawyer. He got up early every morning and wrote one page. You should do the same.</p> <p><strong>2. Write an outline</strong></p> <p>To help keep you motivated and to make the process more manageable, begin by writing up a table of contents to guide you. Then break up each chapter into a few sections. The best way to do this is by thinking of your book in terms of beginning, middle, and end.</p> <p><strong>3. Make “writing time”</strong></p> <p>By having a set time to work on your book every day, it will encourage you to make writing part of schedule and eventually feel habitual. If you want to take a day or two off per week, schedule that as time off. Don’t just let the deadline pass. And don’t let yourself off the hook.</p> <p><strong>4. Pick a “nice” spot to write</strong></p> <p>Choose a unique place to write – like on the porch overlooking the garden, your most-loved coffee shop or at the desk by your favourite window in the house. This needs to be different from where you do other activities. The idea is to make this a special space so that when you enter it, you’re ready to work on your project.</p> <p><strong>5. Have a set word count</strong></p> <p>Think in terms overall word count and then break each chapter into roughly equal lengths. In terms of total word count, common lengths for different works include:</p> <ul> <li>10,000 words: a pamphlet</li> <li>20,000 words: short eBook or print book</li> <li>40,000–50,000 words: good-sized nonfiction book</li> </ul> <p><strong>6. Set deadlines (weekly)</strong></p> <p>It can be a word count, percentage of progress, whatever. Just have something to aim for, and someone (partner, friend or family member) who will hold you accountable.</p> <p><strong>7. Embrace bumps in the road</strong></p> <p>Knowing that writing a book, as amazing as it is SURE to be, will have it’s challenges too. Well worth them, of course, but prepare for challenges and be okay with them. Give yourself grace. That’s what will sustain you, not high standards of perfection.</p> <p>Good luck!</p> <p><strong>Related links:</strong></p> <p><em><strong><a href="/finance/insurance/2015/04/benefits-of-me-time/">Why a little “me time” is the answer to a stress-free life</a></strong></em></p> <p><em><strong><a href="/finance/insurance/2015/03/how-to-boost-your-happiness/">10 little ways to boost your happiness</a></strong></em></p> <p><em><strong><a href="/finance/insurance/2015/03/benefits-of-keeping-a-journal/">Keeping a journal can boost your health</a></strong></em></p>

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