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Precautionary Measures

by Meredith Blankinship

Spokane & Friends

From the exercise bike on the 2nd story
of the glass-walled gym I watch the action
at the Kum & Go across the street… 717 more words


Writing To Heal

A writer has a natural talent for developing a relationship with readers by becoming relatable. Without having known you at all, a writer is able to describe a moment in your life, a feeling you’ve felt so whole-heartedly, an experience you can never forget. 990 more words


500 Startups > Content Producer (SOMA / south beach)

500 Startups Is Looking For A Content Producer
Calling All Tech Junkies: Want A Once-In-A-Lifetime Job @ 500 Startups?
If your core skill sets include writing, research, and content development, AND you’re addicted to early-stage tech, AND you’re w […] 7 more words

San Francisco

Mental Health Expert Wanted To Write Informative, Compassionate Blog (Remote)

Mental health is an issue that impacts us all. We all know someone who suffers from a disorder, with varying degrees of debilitation. We see the effect it has on them and the struggle of their families. 16 more words

San Francisco

Update Thursday

Heya Aspiring Gurus!

Okay, so a quick life update for all of my readers. My beauty buying ban is still underway and I have decided to only splurge on one non-beauty item for my birthday. 336 more words

My Life

December, 1919 – Chapter 9

Welcome to chapter nine of “December, 1919″, a serialized novel written by Oliver Gray. New chapters will be published every week. Links to all published chapters can be found… 1,147 more words