Monthly Archives: March 2014

Creative Commons Heroes

When I first started blogging I didn’t realize that I couldn’t go into Google Images and download any picture I wanted to use on my blog. Sure this is easy but many of those images are copyrighted and using them without permission … Continue reading

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The Biggest Lie You Can Tell Yourself

  What do you do when you find yourself alone? Sometimes, that sounds great doesn’t it? Especially if you’re a mother with lots of children running around or you have several jobs to pay the bills. Then time alone is a … Continue reading

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4 Bald Men

Who knew we’d get stalked by 4 bald men? When my friend Teresa and I were about 13 years old we use to sneak out at night and meet with two of our friends who lived down the street. Actually, … Continue reading

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Telling Stories Through Case Studies

Originally posted on Live to Write – Write to Live:
If you enjoy helping people tell their stories, case studies might be a good fit for your writing business. Companies seek professional writers (and pay well) for these effective marketing tools…

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Why Can’t Things Stay the Same?

Let’s take the example of the board game Monopoly, which recently changed some of their pieces. It’s all so confusing to me. Why can’t things stay the same? Why mess with a something that’s not broken? I guess I’m talking … Continue reading

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Quotes for Intellectuals to Ponder

So the Anonymous source is moi but I’m guessing you’ve figured that out by now. These quotes were made by a  great app, Quozio, which I discovered through RachelintheOC.com. She’s also the famous Twitter #MondayBlogs creator.  For all you intellectuals, … Continue reading

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What It Feels Like to Get Published

When you’re writing a short story, you’re alone with only imagination. Mine runs wild so it took some discipline. I find the writing easier than the editing. Did I mention the editing? Oh, so dreary. It goes on and on … Continue reading

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