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First Chapter of Capitol Thirst

If you haven’t been browsing around the site you may not have noticed that the first chapter of my novel Capitol Thirst is now available for your reading pleasure. 189 more words

Writing

7 WAYS TO SPOT AN INSTAGRAM "MODEL" THIS SUMMER

This article originally appeared at Love & List - check it out!

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Disclaimer: This post is satirical and meant to be humourous… 1,197 more words

Writing

100 Writing Prompts

I seem to be on a roll recently in coming up with lots of lists. It’s all about lists. It’s all about procrastinating from writing my novel by writing lists to help me write my novel! 672 more words

Writing

Last week for YOU to apply to be a TED2015 Fellow

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At the TED Fellows program, we look for extraordinary young innovators, inventors and leaders—like you—from many categories of human endeavor: scientists of all sorts, engineers, artists, filmmakers, photojournalists, entrepreneurs, NGO founders, technologists, inventors, human rights activists and more. 803 more words

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Get on it, you scientists of all sorts, engineers, artists, filmmakers, photojournalists, entrepreneurs, NGO founders, technologists, inventors, human rights activists and more.

Practice rejoicing - #quote Ven. Thubten Chodron #buddhism for #reflection

“When attentive, we will find more situations each day in which we can practice rejoicing. By each day making a mental note of our pleasure in others’ good fortune, well-being, virtue, and excellent qualities, we will become joyful.” 39 more words

Reflections

Sally Ember, Ed.D. reblogged this on Sally Ember, Ed.D. and commented:

One of my favorite practices! #Rejoicing in others' good fortune is extroverting #gratitude!

They say...

…it gets better with time…
..I gave it time
… I gave you time
…and time and time again…
You hurt me
…now I’m wearing my heart…
Upside down.

Life

10 Books That Have Stayed With Me

This meme has been around for a while, but recently it’s been making the rounds on social media, and I find it a hell of a lot more interesting and meaningful than the usual drivel I see on Facebook (sorry to all my Facebook friends).   1,803 more words

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