Writer's Name:
Candice Spitler

Working title:
Healthier Decisions

1. What will the article cover? What will it be about?
The article will cover slow changes that can improve a person's mood, diet, and overall outlook on life. I will use myself as an experimental guinea pig and see if my lifestyle improves.

2. What stance will you take? p 32, and again on p 82:
I will take a more helpful stance and describe my experience as it unfolds.

Consider audience fit


1. Consider how the article will make contact with readers - chap 3, and chap 4, p 80 - 81
There will be headings (Day One; Day Two)
subheadings (diet, exercise, time of waking up, amount of homework done)
beneath the subheadings will be pertinent information (I ate a salmon steak; I jogged for thirty minutes)
then a couple sentences of my mood (I feel refreshed; I feel drained of energy).

2. Where might the article fit on TIO: section and category, either existing or one that will collect others:
I would fit this type of article under Health & Wellness.

3. Research and practices you'll need to do to write the article.
Change dietary choices. (ex. more produce, less sugar) Less time on computer. Adding exercise to my regimen. Keeping a clean, well maintained room. (For an improvement in mental health.) Sleeping no more than eight hours. (To receive maximum benefits and no drag.)

4. What it might link to - literally and figuratively:
(Possible articles to consider linking to.)
Dietary Changes
Fructose Devil
Mind over Matter
15 Best Diet Tips
Drinks to Diet Better With
Bad Foods good for Weight Loss

5. Article length:
Anywhere from 1,000 to 2,500 words. This project will run for a week.

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