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Can Writing Save Your Life?: GGI Faculty Featured in Saturday Evening Post

“What is it about expressive writing that heals us so dramatically? Why have our ancestors down through the ages turned to diaries, journals, and letter writing as sources of solace and self-understanding?” Mark Matousek asks in his article, “Can Writing Save Your Life?” He answers this question through interviews with many leaders in the field of expressive writing — Natalie Goldberg, Dr. 98 more words

Community Building

Danger: Live Bear Trap

A bear sighting rouses fear, excitement, and romance among neighbors in a sleepy suburb.

If you are interested, my story, “Danger: Live Bear Trap” is live on SaturdayEveningPost.com. 21 more words


WOW #2

The Word Of the Week is;


Dictionary.Com’s word-of-the-day is often archaic, unusual or foreign – typical click-bait. I was, but yet I wasn’t, surprised to find this one.  242 more words


Saturday Evening Poetry Post: "Solid Ground"

Solid Ground

My fear is a pool

constantly fluctuating in size and depth and violence.

Sometimes I only get my feet wet.

I gingerly dip in my toes and wiggle them a bit… 149 more words


Episode 4: Propaganda is Everywhere

Welcome back to The Magazine Show, where we delve into the delightful, quaint world of once-upon-a-time magazines and culture, bringing you insight into another era.  238 more words


Christmas Canvas

Christmas can well be regarded as the most magical time of the year, filled with warm hearts, joy and kindness. It is filled with the best of human emotions, peace and goodwill toward men. 87 more words

Farming The Dream

Going with the Flow.

Maybe one of these weeks, I’ll stop being so proud of my ability to just go with the flow, but it’s not happening yet. It’s a pretty big deal for me to just release my tight grip on wanting to make things go a certain way and instead go with the way the wind blows, but I’ve been consistently pulling it off (with a few hiccups) for a while now, and it still makes me feel all proud inside anyway. 1,156 more words

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