Many years ago, I did a 12-week fitness program based on a book called “Body for Life”. Do you remember it? It was all the rage back in the late 90s and new millennium.
Hyped-up programs that promise personal and physical transformation come and go, but there’sRead more of this blog post »
so, let me begin where this little adventure called life left off yesterday. i needed the top team in the Mexican soccer league to beat one of the worst ones to get a 5 team parlay to hit. so, i watched them lose at home to that lower team, 2-1. now, apparently, that set off a major case of bad mojRead more of this blog post »
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$77 is that step.
Just $2.57 a day.
That’s just a little more than a short Café Americano at Starbucks and a whole $1 less than a Carmel Macchiato at McDonalds.
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This kind of work is not for the faint of heart but for the determined and those willing to find health and purpose individually and tog Read more of this blog post »
As the leaves turn and the nights grow longer, I'm thrilled to announce the release of my latest short story, WHERE THE MOONS BLEED. This season, journey with me to Darkrift—a chaotic planet echoing with whispers of ancient tales and the haunting presence of an immortal demon hound.
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First, there is the sheer wonder of the monumental discovery that we are not alone in the universe, the most momentous and consequential paradigm change in human history.
I am with the Lakota, who have a saying, ‘’Mitakuye Oyasin...we are all related. Two-legged, f Read more of this blog post »
The Lost Child
Thanks to my editor, Ben Rowe, for another fantastic book column. September brings a challenging ten-year exploration of novel writing. My new crime thriller, The Lost Child, is front and center in this month's Reading Room. Read more of this blog post »
Forced into reading your writing
Ch’u Silk Manuscript
Soft and seductive
Yet cryptic like the stars
Will I ever understand…?
© 2023 Clarissa Simmens (ViataMaja)
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In mystery circles, criticizing Robert Galbraith (aka J.K. Rowling) is akin to criticizing Agatha Christie. Nonetheless, “The Running Grave” is long (961 pages), has too many characters (more than 24) and suffers from extended str Read more of this blog post »
T. Coleman Du Pont, Pierre S. Du Pont, and Alfred I. Du Pont (l to r)
Delaware’s one million plus registered corporations include two-thirds of Fortune 500 companies. More businesses than residents call the state ‘home.’
Why the Chancery Court Matters
Delaware’s emergence as the premier state for incor Read more of this blog post »
If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, please dial 988 to reach the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline.
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My favorite experiences have been with a partner or in a choir.
I sang in the Glee Club in high school, but the choir classes were held in high esteem. Yet one of my crispest musical memories from Avondale is an assembly where Ken and Bill harmonized with guitars, and Ken san Read more of this blog post »
Each person has their place in this world, as no one is left out. For Rahab, of all things, it was being a spy for the Lord (see Joshua 2:4), as she was a Canaanite, woman and a prostitute. Despite everything she had against her, she believed in the Lord, knowing that He "is God Read more of this blog post »
“Entonces llamó el nombre de Jehová que con ella hablaba: Tú eres Dios que ve; porque dijo: ¿No he visto también aquí al que me ve?” Genesis 16:13
De ayer a hoy no he podido quitar cierta imagen de mi mente.
Empieza con el día cuando mi hogar se derrumbó aquí en la tierra, pero sorprendentemente,Read more of this blog post »
The problem is grave, but it also presents us with an urgent opportunity for a solution. Now, more than ever, pastors must extend their…Read more of this blog post »
I was happy to chat with my sweet Kitchen Pioneers during this month’s live stream on September 21, 2023. Among the variety of topics, we talked about the release of my new cookbook, making soaked flour bread, and the occasional challenges when creating L. Reuteri “Super Yogurt”.Watch the Member Read more of this blog post »
It’s been a trial to get here, but I’m over the moon I finally made it. Two years of writing, revisions, editing, and beta reading have all paid off. It was not my first book ever written, but it was the first one I managed to get into publishing shape. I learned so much along the way. About writingRead more of this blog post »
I’m harboring a Zoom crush. It’s someone in an online community I’m in. It’s a big one and it’s been going on about a year.
When it started to creep up on me again, I checked the date. It was September 23rd, the autumn equinox. Of course, my body knew before myRead more of this blog post »
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