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Edita Kaye Edita Kaye's blog:

Inspirational Books For a Happier Life

The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World

by Dalai Lama (Author), Desmond Tutu (Author), Douglas Carlton Abrams (Author)

Two spiritual giants. Five days. One timeless question.

Nobel Peace Prize Laureates His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu have survived more than fif Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2020 06:47
Charles van Becelaere Charles van Becelaere's blog:

25 May 2020 - Plague Journal Day 74 - Memorial Day

We all are still sheltering in place, but I'm here to keep you sane and entertained.
One could hardly ask for much more than that, now could one?

Here in these United States, today is Memorial Day. This is a day for remembering those who gave their lives in service and defense of our country. (No, it' Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2020 07:12
Sandy Rosenthal Sandy Rosenthal's blog:

Conflict of interest: Federal agency asks Michigan dam owner to investigate dam failure?

Arrow shows direction of flooding from Sanford & Edenville Dams


Our hearts go out to the people of Midland community in Michigan after two dams failed on May 19 forcing the evacuation of 11,000 people amid the coronovirus pandemic.


Wixom Lake (held back by Edenville Dam) and Sanford Lake (held bac

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Published on May 25, 2020 11:35
Anna "Annina" Lorenzi Anna "Annina" Lorenzi's blog:

Milano Meravigliosa intervista Anna “Annina” Lorenzi

Anna



È con piacere che vi propongo un’intervista che Stefania Chines ha realizzato per Milano Meravigliosa.





Io e Stefania abbiamo fatto una bella chiacchierata riguardo al mio nuovo romanzo e su di me; abbiamo parlato di Milano, dell’attuale emergenza sanitaria e… cliccate qui per leggere tutto l’articol

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Published on May 26, 2020 05:47
Debbie W.  Wilson Debbie W. Wilson's blog:

4 Simple Tips, When You Don’t Know What to Do


When faced with options in which I have no clue what to do, I often pray, “Lord, just give me a clear yes or a no.” Since God knows best, even though an initial “no” means more waiting, I haven’t wasted time going down a dead end. But, what do we do when no option seems right?


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Published on May 26, 2020 05:45
Rachel Troyer Rachel Troyer's blog:

June Releases I Can’t Wait to Read #60





Meme From That Artsy Reader Girl





June Releases I Can’t Wait to Read #60













I Was Told It Would Get Easier by Abbi Waxman. June 16th









My Calamity Jane (The Lady Janies #3) by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, Jodi Meadows. June 2nd









Home Before Dark by Riley Sager. June 30th.









My Eyes Are Up Here by Laura Zim

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Published on May 26, 2020 05:00
Alba  García Alba García's blog:

Te amaré toda mi vida

Te amaré toda mi vida

Las letras de Alba es un blog de relatos, viajes e historias anónimas.


Te amaré toda mi vida A veces llega a tus manos un libro inesperado a través de una recomendación. En…


Sigue leyendoTe amaré toda mi vida

La entrada Te amaré toda mi vida se publicó primero en Blog Las letras de Alba.

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Published on May 25, 2020 23:55
Elizabeth Merry Elizabeth Merry's blog:

10 Favourite Travel Books

I have read an awful lot of travel books and it took me quite a while to choose ten; some authors are on my list more than once. I have been to several countries in Europe and to S Africa but this is as close as I’m going to get to the South Sea Islands or north Africa. I could have included books o

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Published on May 25, 2020 11:11
Joe Forrest Joe Forrest's blog:

World Building Research

Building a world is easy. Building a world that grabs the reader is hard. Here's how you can get started.
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Published on May 25, 2020 07:00
Gregory  Charlop Gregory Charlop's blog:

FOX 7 interviews Dr. Charlop about telemedicine

I was proud to join FOX 7 in Austin, TX, to discuss telemedicine. 

We explore some of the advantages of telehealth, including:

It’s convenient - no need to deal with traffic, parking, or even changing out of PJs!

It’s affordable - many insurance plans offer discounted access to telemedicine. Remember,

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Published on May 25, 2020 15:26
Jay Sherer Jay Sherer's blog:

Most Impactful Geek Stories: The Phantom Menace, LOTR, LOST, and Avatar: The Last Airbender – Justin and Nataly

The Movies, TV Shows, and other Geeks Stories that impacted us!



Justin and Nataly discuss the stories that shaped their lives and perspectives of the world on this week’s The Story Geeks podcast!





Listen now:











Listen on Apple Podcasts







Listen on Stitcher







Listen on Podbean





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Published on May 25, 2020 19:28
Arne Vandamme Arne Vandamme's blog:

Reading is not writing – 4 things I learned

Seems obvious that reading isn’t writing, no? But when I started on this journey three months ago, I had never really given it any thought.





The second week of March I just decided I would spend some time writing stories. It was something I always wanted to give a try, and as I’m taking a couple of mo

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Published on May 26, 2020 02:12
Thomas Rickne Thomas Rickne's blog:

Äntligen! Nu finns "Mord - mitt arbete" som ljudbok.

Hurra, jättenöjd med resultatet! Nu finns “Mord – mitt arbete” ute som ljudbok, skapad och publicerad av SAGA Egmont. Du hittar den på alla vanliga platser för ljudböcker inklusive biblioteken. Tex här: https://www.storytel.com/…/…/books/1608916-Mord--Mitt-arbete



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Published on May 25, 2020 11:19
David Finnegan-Hosey David Finnegan-Hosey's blog:

Something My Father Once Said

My dad, Lt. Cmdr. Gary Hosey, showing off his gold medals from the Greensboro Senior Olympics








My dad, Lt. Cmdr. Gary Hosey, showing off his gold medals from the Greensboro Senior Olympics















My father once said that, for him, Memorial Day is a sad day.He wasn’t speaking just to me. He, and several other veterans, were addressing a group following the screening of a documentary. H Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2020 09:29
Kristen Howerton Kristen Howerton's blog:

Let’s talk about the elephant in the room around churches and reopening: money

Let’s talk about the elephant in the room around churches and reopening: money. Churches are struggling because people many folks only tithe in person. When the offering plate isn’t passed, there isn’t money to pay staff, rent, bills, etc. So churches are feeling desperate. And they aren’t necessari Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2020 16:06
Laura Koniver, MD Laura Koniver, MD's blog:

Trying To Shed Your Quarantine Weight Gain? 8 Unusual Tips That Will Ensure Success

 


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Most people have gained a bit of weight as a result of social distancing for the past month or two. ��With gyms, YMCAs, and most indoor exercise facilities shut down, and even outdoor public spaces like hiking trails, bike paths, beaches, pools, and more shut down, it’s likely that y

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Published on May 26, 2020 02:56
Gift Gugu Mona Gift Gugu Mona's blog:

The Unfading Dream For Africa

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Gift Gugu Mona’s captivating poems in The Unfading Dream for Africa reignite a sense of Pan Africanism. It displays a collective identity reminiscent to the days of African forebears. Written with simplicity and consummate creativity, the book awakens the African spirit and draws the so

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Published on May 25, 2020 13:25
Gale Pyke Gale Pyke's blog:

Chapter 1, Resurrection

It arrived today.
It came like if he was a couple of books I ordered on Amazon. The box was perfectly wrapped, which only made me hate it more. It was a simple package, not the premium kind, and sometimes that is enough. But for god’s sake, the receipt was stapled on one side of the box. If they were Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2020 23:28
Umut A. Yildiz Umut A. Yildiz's blog:

Statcosmos Instagram Söyleşisi

Part 1 Part 2
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Published on May 25, 2020 17:43
Terry Grignon Terry Grignon's blog:

Waiting for service and a toilet there’s barely time for haiku but I wrote a…

What’s my drink quota

while at Cambridge Toyota?

Those coffees in tota…



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Published on May 26, 2020 05:40
Lee Barry Lee Barry's blog:

On Memory

Entries with "memory/memories/remembering" and/or "war", "history", "hero", "ancient/antiquity"2088. The bad thing about books, as opposed to other media, is that you live with them longer while you're reading them, but they don't necessarily stay with you longer. Even one sentence--or even one word Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2020 08:37
Valerie Doherty Valerie Doherty's blog:

Memorial Day Books

Good morning, readers,

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Published on May 25, 2020 08:02
Jyvur Entropy Jyvur Entropy's blog:

Chapter Twenty-Eight: Most Autists Are Incels

*The incel site mentioned in this chapter is not a real one. It is inspired by a real one, but that site is so small, I felt it would be disrespectful to mention it by name. Other incel forums in the book are real, but the conversations and reddit accounts associated with them in this book are ficti

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Published on May 25, 2020 18:02
Hope Toler Dougherty Hope Toler Dougherty's blog:

Memorial Day 2020

Image: American flag flying beside a pondToday is Memorial Day. That’s the day we remember people who have died while serving in the United States Armed Services.


They’re the ones who fought for our right to rant on Facebook, disagree with leaders, vote for change or status quo, to worship when and where we want, to sing “America the Beauti

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Published on May 25, 2020 09:16
Kaz Matsune Kaz Matsune's blog:

Rare Sushi Ingredients - Have you ever heard of Shio Ebi, The Jewel of Toyama?

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,Rare Sushi Ingredients - Have you ever heard of Shio Ebi, The Jewel of Toyama?


,Have you ever heard of


,If you haven't, you are not alone. Many Japanese probably never heard of it either because Shira Ebi is caught in only in



,It's about 6-7cm (2-2.5inches) in length, living deep-sea abo

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Published on May 25, 2020 07:00
Gregory Cholmondeley Gregory Cholmondeley's blog:

Angels and Aliens, installment 7

I did manage to bang out a few more pages last night, after all. While I do write my books from start to finish, this is a new experience for me. I rarely read any of what I write until I am finished. Now, I'm reading each segment after writing it and am performing an initial editing pass. This mean

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Published on May 26, 2020 06:31
Serena Agusto-Cox Serena Agusto-Cox's blog:

Guest Post: Novels Are Where Ideas Are Born by Vali Benson

Today’s guest is Vali Benson, author of Blood and Silver, who is hear to talk about her creative writing process as a debut novelist and how she got started on her book. As always, let’s take a look at what the book is about. Book Synopsis: What is a twelve year old girl to do […]
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Published on May 25, 2020 21:00
Scott  Abrams Scott Abrams's blog:

Christianity’s Exclusivity Problem

I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. John 14:6


Probably the most common objection I hear to my faith is regarding the exclusivity of Christianity. There are those who don’t believe in God at all, but many who believe in some God, reject Christia

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Published on May 26, 2020 04:44
Alel Auxillos-Cayanan Alel Auxillos-Cayanan's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Tue May 26 2020

Your trial has expired. Please update your subscription plan at rss.app.
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Published on May 26, 2020 06:36
David Matthew Klein David Matthew Klein's blog:

Today I Flew the Flag, Not Upside Down

Julia asked if I was putting the flag out today. I realized I should. I flew it for one reason only: It’s Memorial Day and I wanted to honor those who died while serving in the U.S. military. They deserve this honor.





Otherwise, I haven’t been flying the flag. The last time I did, in 2016, I flew the

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Published on May 25, 2020 14:19
Sarah Wayt Sarah Wayt's blog:

Aromatherapy: Making Ointments and Balms

Ointments contain fats, usually in the form of wax dissolved in oil, but no water. They sit on the skin without penetrating it, making a watertight protection from infection, as healing and soothing oils are slowly absorbed into the skin. Heal and soothe Make your own aromatherapy balms and ointment

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Published on May 25, 2020 18:00
Lawrence C. Marsh Lawrence C. Marsh's blog:

Why Doctors and Nurses Should Not Ignore Anecdotal Evidence

Randomized trials may not be definitive even when they show clear and indisputable evidence of both a statistically significant and practical difference between the average in the treatment group and the average in the control group. Statistically significant randomized trial results are not always

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Published on May 26, 2020 06:31
Terry Nazon Terry Nazon's blog:

Today's Planets and You! Daily Horoscopes

Today's Planets and You! The Moon is in Cancer the sign she rules and it's all about home, family, home cooking and #ChickenSoupForTheSoul.  Peace of mind is everything today, so when someone nags you, it won't go over well.  The Moon in Cancer favors Cancer to get their way and overcome troubles
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Published on May 25, 2020 08:15
Gemma Ray Gemma Ray's blog:

My Anxiety Has Gone – 90 Days Alcohol Free

“I can tell the difference in you. You were pretty unhappy and now your career, your family life – I can tell how much better you feel and and how much more confident in yourself you are.”


My friend Nicola sent me that yesterday. It was ace to get a message like that.


I am different. I do feel

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Published on May 25, 2020 14:08
Emma Khoury Emma Khoury's blog:

New Job, New World

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So in late March I received an exciting offer. To give you a bit of background though we have to go farther back to February. That’s when the first round draft picks were taken from the healthcare campaign I was working on and moved them to the mortgage campaign I am now working on.





I wa

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Published on May 26, 2020 05:21
Mercy Strongheart Mercy Strongheart's blog:

Chapter Six: Hypomania

David’s house is cold and smells like paper.  I think he is asleep beside me.  His body is scrunched up to the edge of the bed, which is a little too small for two people who aren’t cuddling.  I’ve given up on sleep and am now working up the courage to sneak out.  Last night was not great.  I had fo

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Published on May 25, 2020 17:13
William Stroock William Stroock's blog:

Orson Scott Card: Trump Supporting Liberal

Ben Shapiro does a fascinating interview with science fiction legend Orson Scott Card.  Aspiring writers should watch this in its entirety. 

We were very interested to learn that Card is actually a Democrat, a Daniel Patrick Moynihan Democrat - his words.

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Published on May 26, 2020 05:22
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