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Deal with the awful fish smell at any part of your house

Fish is a popular food across the entire Great Britain. Ordering it daily in the restaurant in order to provide yourself all that beneficial vitamins and minerals of seaside food, though, isn’t something we can all afford. 342 more words


Blow. Then I get to make a wish.

This post may contain sarcasm and a slightly bitter slant.  And fire.

Rather than describe in vast detail how the birthday weekend went down, and risk turning this blog into a wailing wall over the state of things around here, I’ll offer a summary. 362 more words


Kupu Kupu Barong Villas and Tree Spa

Was the first luxury boutique hotel in Ubud, Bali, overlooks the spectacular Ayung river valley and stunning views of the rice paddies
is seeking qualified candidates for the following positions: 105 more words


Poop, Blood and a Whole Lot of Awesome

It’s taken me awhile to process all of the things that happened this last month. Mainly due to the fact that it took me a whole week of sleep to be able to function as a normal human being again. 1,263 more words


The Benefits of Decluttering Your Home

Do you know that even when you are decluttering your home, you are also decluttering your life? The result of this process may open greater opportunities for you into owning new things and making your life effectively stress free. 609 more words

Life Hacks

belated housekeeping

Just a note to say, yes, I changed the appearance of my blog a little bit last Friday afternoon, and I didn’t warn you first. I’m sorry! 55 more words


How Important Are University Press Books to the Library? One Case Study

Last month I posted a piece here in the Kitchen titled “How Important Are Library Sales to the University Press? One Case Study.” That posting reported on a study that I did in collaboration with Dean Blobaum of the University of Chicago Press (UCP): using sales data from UCP’s 2012 imprints and library holdings data as recorded in WorldCat, we tried to get a sense of what proportion of those sales were represented by library purchases. 1,464 more words

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