Stashes of Stuff
Crafting a personal blog can’t be done without bias. Other POVs aren’t in play, no matter what the topic. Sometimes readers become piqued, yielding regrets.
Novelists crave book reviewers more than they crave friends after a book is published. Here are some words to use and not use in a review.
I researched the origin of the ubiquitous acronym, TGIF, one that is a battle cry for fun on the weekends that pervades our home sweet home! Have fun – and leave your relationship tips in the comments…
An ode to the walk button and the pedestrians who cluster – and how they act out their attitudes toward inconvenience and/or obstruction.
From: Anu Garg (words at wordsmith.org) - I wanted to save these, so I copy-pasted. Disclaimer: this is not original content, though I wish it were... What words have you coined, I asked readers this week and their coinages poured in. Here’s a selection. Averdary: A...
A lot of fear is associated with the ChatGPT in the writersphere. Let me convince you why I feel humorists are safe – and will thrive!
Our Father’s Day came alive this year with the unexpected opportunity to rehome a dog. Everyone is safe, happy, and blessed. Life as a Miracle!
Hobbies are asides to the endeavors of your career. When one is born with inherent creativity it’s a habit to cultivate to assure well-being and balance. One of my hobbies even morphed into an encore career.
Most languages include “Uhm”, a pause filler that allows one to compose, alter, and stall speaking while in conversation with another, so don’t be so quick to count the use of this phrase in speech. Toastmasters isn’t always right.
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