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Συμπληρώνονται σήμερα 80 χρόνια από την 28η Οκτωβρίου 1940. Φέτος η εθνική γιορτή θα τιμηθεί χωρίς παρελάσεις (κάποιοι θα πουν πως είναι ένα από τα ελάχιστα καλά του κορονοϊού) αλλά στο ιστολόγιο δεν έχουμε τέτοιους περιορισμούς κι έτσι θα τιμήσουμε την ημέρα αναδημοσιεύοντας το ΕπίRead more of this blog post »
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«Ideal para Halloween».
El castillo de Trebont no era un castillo «normal», y quienes lo habitaban, tampoco; eran fantasmas, pero fantasmas raros, raros, donde los haya. Jamás nadie había oído habla Read more of this blog post »
Choosing The Right Path
Redefining The Wilderness Amid Suffering
Delight In His Word
Choosing the right path, the Way to flourish, and thrive durinRead more of this blog post »
Peripheral Visions and Other Stories.
Sometimes you have to go through a storm to learn how truly strong you are and what you can handle. That’s the difficult lesson Sara is learning.
Check it out on Medium or listen to all of t Read more of this blog post »
Some belief is just a hoax
That it’s not real
That our actions
Are killing the world
We live in
But a trail
For the people
Who will come
AlexRead more of this blog post »
No business can run in a vacuum (and who would want to with all that wind and noise?), it takes more than one person to make a business successful.
Now, you might be telling me, “Dr. Ty, dude, I’m a solopreneur. I do it on my own and I’m happy about it.” But do you really do everything on your own? H Read more of this blog post »
We don’t need psychologists or statisticians to tell us that depression and anxiety are running rampant these days, especially in the United States where we are on the cusp of an election (or right after an election if you are reading this after next week). Between toxic political nRead more of this blog post »
And once again, I've kind of, sort of, put the work load on myself, but it's all good. I work much better under pressure.
So, the new gig with TravelAwaits writing travel pieces is keeping me busy. I have 3 new articles due in just a few days. Work on a new historical book (details to come) isRead more of this blog post »
The dark shadows over the hour.
A cloak that floods the room, like a cloud of unrest.
My eyes over yonder, and my mind racing.
The Great I Am holds my left hand, and I feel it go warm.
…But the cold shoulder of the world floods the mind like a swarm.
Will the hour of peace take hold?
Will the BeareRead more of this blog post »
Meet Miguel Velasquez, Broadway turned opera agent to one of the top stars in the opera business – Teresa McMillan. Miguel has always been fascinated with theater since he was a child and he absolutely adores Marilyn Monroe.
Although he is fascinated with theater, he became passionate about operRead more of this blog post »
I’m not talking about the 15th century, when the Spanish were kicking Islamic rule out in western Europe, and the Turks were conquering Constantinople and spreading into eastern Europe. And for once I’m not talking about the Nostradamus prophecies that describe a third world war with an Islamic invaRead more of this blog post »
NaNoWriMo starts this coming Sunday, which is both an exciting and terrifying thought. These last few days are flying past in a blur. I’ve been spending as much time as I can making sure I’m prepared for the big day, which involves writing outlines, prepping blog posts, and getting all my resourcesRead more of this blog post »
I live in the great state of Maine. What’s so great about it? Let’s start with lobsters, blueberries, and potatoes, sometimes all in one sitting. Maine is home to Stephen King, the moRead more of this blog post »
One of the things I have tried to do over the last ten months is to resist the urge to go negative. Sometimes I even strive to avoid serious or grave concerns. It’s not because I am devoid of opinions or afraid to write my mind, so to speak(?), but I concluded that dwelling on the negative or the seRead more of this blog post »
About the Book
Book: Courage to Thrive
Author: Robert D. Flanagan
Genre: Christian Living, Depression & Anxiety
Release Date: June 30, 2020
When wrestling with depression and anxiety, getting out of bed is a courageous move. When panic attacks and suicidal thoughts strike, finding victories in the smallRead more of this blog post »
Rieccomi qui. Ci siete?
ERGASTOLO/ERGASTOLI = life imprisonment-s, life sentence-s
L’uomo ha avuto una condanna all’ergastolo.Ci sono mafiosi che sono stati condannati a diversi ergastoli.
Vi auguro una giornata serena!Read more of this blog post »
Now that lambing season is over and I am sure that I will not have any more lambs to look after for at least six months, I can finally sit down and write about my winter babies, the latest lambs I've been looking after and caring for. Don't get me wrong, I love the sheep and I adore the little lambs Read more of this blog post »
Electric Fireplace With Mantel Perth.
Real Flame Kipling White Fireplace | 6030E-W | Real Flame (Sam Floyd)
– There are different types of fireplaces using electric fireplaces currently being by far the most conventional way of warming a house. Actually, most of these fireplaces have proven tRead more of this blog post »
Book Review – The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
First published, 1892
The story itself
However, this edition
Now, you’re going to have to bear with me because this story is going to get two ratings. I know. That’s just not normal, but I promise, it’s necessary.
This story is a classRead more of this blog post »
Fall has hit Western Kentucky with a vengeance! The trees have seemed to change colors overnight, and the temps have, too! Brrr!
Today I’m thrilled to bring you author Suzanne Bratcher!
Suzanne’s books in The Jerome Mysteries, The Copper Box and The Silver Lode, were compelling reads,Read more of this blog post »
Hello Readers & Friends,
I thought I'd do another work post and share what a usual working day of mine is like, working at Hodder & Stoughton as Digital Marketing Manager! I have another post filled with info on how I got my job etc here, but today I thought we'd do a fun look intoRead more of this blog post »
“I miss Daddy.”
When I hear those words, I feel like someone took my heart and tossed it on the floor. Like a glass falling onto tile, my heart shatters into a million pieces. My big, brave 10-year-old, who has always been very mature for his age, turns back into a little boy that just wants his daddRead more of this blog post »
Disclaimer: Some scenes can be triggering. Also, um–this movie contains some very illicit times with a mermaid. Viewers’ discrection is advised. This review will DEFINITELY contain spoilers.
“It’s bad luck to kill a seabird.” -Thomas Wake
Starring: Robert Pattinson (The Twilight Saga, Remember Me), WiRead more of this blog post »
How can experimentation help increase your product-led growth conversion rates?
You might be wondering which of your product's variables affect your conversion rates and where you can experiment with your funnel to increase this.
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“She jumped.” Nora Edinger, “Suspended Aggravation”
[image error]Me in January promo shot, a couple of weeks before Suspended Aggravation began posting as a serial release in Weelunk magazine.
Other than a season at home with our children, I have had the mixed blessing of writing professionally sinceRead more of this blog post »
Biden would finish what Obama started: the decline of US power
Within living memory, the coming US election is by far the world’s most important. It will determine whether we will continue to live in a world where the dominant power is so extraordinarily benevolent that at the end of World War II sh Read more of this blog post »
The Best Peel and Stick Wallpapers For Your Rental Apartment (Or Really Any Space) + Help Mallory Choose One For Her Bathroom
How many of you live in or know someone who has a “white box” room? As many of you probably know, making an uninteresting “white box” room interesting is a challenge a lot of us need to overcome. We also know it’s even MORE difficult when we rent that white box and it’s a studio apartment that nRead more of this blog post »
Don’t invent a new mousetrap; create a new mouse. - Topher Pike
Dr. Edray Goins loves Parisian Chocolate Mousse and doughnuts. Mathematical doughnuts, that is!
We chatted about getting more underrepresented students into Mathematics, Thai Yellow Curry, and baking cakes with his mother in “It All Adds Up”, Episode 92 of Something About FoRead more of this blog post »
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For the second movie this week we will be taking a look at an underrated gem. I'm talking about the movie House by director Steve Miner (Friday the 13th Part 2 & Part 3, and Warlock) and writer Fred Dekker (Night of the Creeps, the Monster Squad, and episodes of Tales from the Crypt) which has q Read more of this blog post »
Oh yes, in support of the arts! I am going to be running my slow and steady tushie around my neighborhood this weekend.
Why not join me? What else you got going on? Gorging on Three Musketeers? Wait, that does not sound like exactly what I want to say, but you know what I mean. HowevRead more of this blog post »
I am living
my diet nutrient-
sips of hope
against inflamed walls
of my leaky gut
tightly to my
I fight to contain
the acid wash
of my rage
I am living
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