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Devon Ellington Devon Ellington's blog:

Mon. June 21, 2021: Things Keep Changing (Update)

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Monday, June 21, 2021

Waxing Moon

Pluto Retrograde

Saturn Retrograde

Mercury Retrograde

Jupiter Retrograde

Hot and humid

Guess why I’m posting this? The movers pushed our load out day out by one day.

So we busted our asses until nearly

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Published on June 21, 2021 10:29
Ever Leigh Ever Leigh's blog:

Virtual Book Tour: Words on Paper by Michael Ross #blogtour #giveaway #fiction #interview #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @mikerosswriter

 




Love story with hard edges

Date Published: Jun 7, 2021

Publisher: SE


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From the depths of tragedy it might well be that anything is possible. ‘Words on Paper’ is moving story based on a real life tragedy that divided strangers even further apart. However, for them, aside fro

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Published on June 21, 2021 08:30
Arnold Kling Arnold Kling's blog:

Matt Yglesias’ intern’s farewell post

Marc the Intern writes,

The fundamental thing about freedom is that some people will use it for stuff you don’t like.

Also,

I think left-of-center people should reclaim the mantle of free speech, and specifically, I think they shouldn’t cheer on the virtual marginalization of anyone nonviolent,

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Published on June 21, 2021 03:40
Melanie Hooyenga Melanie Hooyenga's blog:

Getting to Know Victoria Anders

Book designer by day and writer by night, Victoria Anders lives in the world of books. And she feels extremely blessed with that! Originally from Atlanta, this Georgia peach now lives in the land of sunshine and barely a winter just north of Tampa, Florida.

Thanks to her daughter’s escapades in high

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Published on June 21, 2021 04:30
Sabrina Ricci Sabrina Ricci's blog:

Guest Post: Why Your Business Needs Digital Marketing to Survive Tough Competition

By Angeline Licerio

The internet is continuing to affect how people interact with products and services massively, and it is forcing companies to constantly improve their branding and marketing strategies. According to one of the leading e-commerce platforms, BigCommerce, over 75% of people a

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Published on June 21, 2021 10:00
Eileen Goudge Eileen Goudge's blog:

If Chimpanzees Could Type


Okay, so I wrote a book. In record time. I patted myself on the back for having worked feverishly and not overthinking it. I just threw words on paper in a way I hoped made sense. And it DID make sense while I was writing it. Now that I’m in the process of revising, what seemed coherent at the time

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Published on June 21, 2021 07:50
Dave Asprey Dave Asprey's blog:

Toast to Summer With These 21 Low-Carb Cocktails—Plus Mixology Tips and Tricks

Ready to celebrate the arrival of summer with a cold adult beverage? While a beer or a Bloody Mary might sound divine, those types of alcoholic drinks may contain too many grams of carbs for keto or low-carb dieters. Still, that doesn’t mean you have to sip water or plain club soda when you’re socia

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Published on June 21, 2021 06:00
Jeremy Kester Jeremy Kester's blog:

A Little Bit Delco

We’ve been hearing about it for some time now. Well, it was at least since the filming started and we had friends and family call us. Living outside of Chicago now, we don’t see much of back home, but we certainly do hear about it. Not since Silver Linings Playbook had my wife’s and my … Continue re Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 21, 2021 07:10
J. Warner Wallace J. Warner Wallace's blog:

Can I Determine the Truth About Christianity If I’m Not an Expert? (Video)

Are academically untrained believers smart enough (or informed enough) to make a reasonable decision about the claims of Christianity? Do I need to be an expert before I can assess the evidence for Christianity? Should I listen to someone simply because her or she is an “expert”?  Detective Jimmy Wa

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Published on June 21, 2021 08:00
Torbjørn Færøvik Torbjørn Færøvik's blog:

Good China-Russia Relations Are Here to Stay

In recent years, China-Russia relations have been frequently described as having attained an “unprecedentedly high level.” Typically, these pronouncements come from the very top of the political hierarchy in both countries. For instance, during a phone call in late December China’s President Xi Jinp Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 22, 2021 01:12
Kristy Centeno Kristy Centeno's blog:

What You Do not Know About EBooks from Books by Centeno Edu May Surprise You

NovelAt first, Sam Moffie’s To Kill the Duke looks like a narrative concerning the Russian Communist assassination of John (Duke) Wayne, nonetheless the twists and turns of the plot go away the reader shocked and considering the reality in regards to the American Authorities through the Chilly Struggle.

T

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Published on June 21, 2021 05:19
Miriam Hendeles Miriam Hendeles's blog:

Leaning into Changes

We midlife folks are a resilient bunch, at least according to some of the recent research. For example, a study performed on people above the age of fifty, found that they were less anxious in dealing with the COVID restrictions during 2020. By contrast, younger people resisted the rules of quaranti

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Published on June 21, 2021 11:04
Karen Kataline Karen Kataline's blog:

Western Journal: Please Stop Saying ‘Socialism Doesn’t Work’

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Op-Ed Karen Kataline

 

How many times have you heard conservatives say, “Socialism has never worked anywhere it has been tried.” Conservative pundits rattle off that line because they’ve heard so many other conservatives say it.

Of all the arguments against socialism, this is by

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Published on June 21, 2021 15:54
Eddie       Jones Eddie Jones's blog:

Claiming God’s Blessings on Your Calling

Joshua 1:7-9

Lord, you have commanded me to be strong, to be courageous. You have commanded me to be careful to obey ALL your Law. “Do not turn from it to the right or to the left. Do this,” you say, “that you may be successful where ever you go!”

Lord, reveal to me the commands I have turned fro

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Published on June 21, 2021 03:00
Nic  Taylor Nic Taylor's blog:

First Carbon Neutral Rugby Club

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The design is complete, the build costed and the funding package is nearly in place for the first carbon neutral rugby club anywhere. It has taken months of work but all willing we will be building phase one over the summer and should be open for the beginning of next season.

Sales of A P

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Published on March 21, 2013 06:29
Pablo Poveda Pablo Poveda's blog:

Lecturas de verano

sliced orange fruit on white textile

El verano ya está aquí y con él las vacaciones, un periodo para descansar, leer, ponerse al día con las amistades o desconectar de ellas. En mi caso, tengo por delante unos meses de muchos quehaceres, además de afrontar los retos que el propio año ya da, pero ya estoy haciendo hueco a las lectur

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Published on June 21, 2021 05:35
Gwendolyn Hoff Gwendolyn Hoff's blog:

THE NULL SOLUTION = Episode 103

THE NULL SOLUTION = Episode 103

Xat has made himself a shadow-world, just on the other side of the next dimension…

Portal To Another Dimension by techngame

#What are you doing in my world# It seems that Xat has made himself a shadow-world, just on the other side of the next dimension.

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Published on June 22, 2021 01:26
R.E. Hargrave R.E. Hargrave's blog:

BOOK BLITZ: Generation of Vipers by Maria Ann Green #GIVEAWAY

Generation of Vipers
Maria Ann Green
Publication date: June 18th 2021
Genres: Adult, Gothic, Psychological, Thriller


Rosabella Moore-Davis has just moved her husband halfway across the world, with a spur of the moment purchase–a glorious gothic mansion–while on vacation in France. It w

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Published on June 22, 2021 01:00
Flossie Benton Rogers Flossie Benton Rogers's blog:

Tuesday Tales 2021-6-22 Question

Time for Tuesday Tales! Here you’ll find entertaining excerpts from a group of hard-working writers, as we write each week to a word or picture prompt. This week’s word prompt is question. My work in progress is a medieval romance featuring a knight and lady. After reading the passage, make sure

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Published on June 21, 2021 19:12
Jamie Parsley Jamie Parsley's blog:

Being an Asexual, Anglo-Catholic Priest

 For most of my career as a Priest in the Episcopal Church, and more specifically as a solidly Anglo-CatholicEpiscopalian, I considered myself a very proud part of a long tradition in Anglo-Catholicism: the celibate priest.

          Celibate Anglo-Catholic priests have a long and vital place in the

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Published on June 21, 2021 20:58
Alan W. Harris Alan W. Harris's blog:

The Secret Light


Let me tell you a secret. It’s not supposed to be a secret, but there are lots of people who don’t know it. So here it is. Before there were birds, or trees, or flowering plants, or even skies and seas, there was One who is the very expression of God. He so clearly and perfectly reveals the divine n

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Published on June 21, 2021 07:11
Jacinta Escudos Jacinta Escudos's blog:

Salto al vacío

Mientras más leo y aprendo sobre el bitcoin, más crece mi preocupación. Las innumerables preguntas que nos hacemos la mayoría de personas topan contra el mismo muro de silencio: no se sabe a ciencia cierta cómo pretende el gobierno implementar su uso. Es posible que debamos esperar hasta septiembre Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 21, 2021 07:31
Diana Senechal Diana Senechal's blog:

The Synagogue Concert in Szekszárd

After the concert in Szentes, I made up my mind to go to the one in Szekszárd, even though the idea was a little over the top. It meant setting out at around 11:30 in the morning, taking the train to Budapest, then taking two more trains southwestward to Szekszárd, arriving around four in the af

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Published on June 21, 2021 09:29
Cara Brookins Cara Brookins's blog:

How to Make Hard Work Fun

Having fun with a task not only increases the likelihood that you’ll try it, but also your chances at succeeding. That’s right, having fun isn’t just enjoyable, it helps us reach our goals. 

The best news is, it’s actually pretty easy to invite fun back into the things you do every day—even the hard

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Published on May 17, 2021 19:23
Aaron Eby Aaron Eby's blog:

A Pharisee Photo Album

Imagine if someone from a drastically different culture and time were to attempt to write your parents’ biography, and the only information they had to work with was your family photo album.

They might determine that they were constantly on vacation and never went to work or school. That’s because un

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Published on June 21, 2021 01:30
Jonathan Lockwood Huie Jonathan Lockwood Huie's blog:

Follow the Love in Your Heart

 


You change your life by changing your heart.
- Max Lucado

Thinkers do not accept the inevitable;
they turn their efforts toward changing it.
- Paramahansa Yogananda

If you take the responsibility for your life,
you can start changing it.
- Osho

It’s the most unhappy people who most fear change.
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Published on June 21, 2021 21:08
Tiffany Gholar Tiffany Gholar's blog:

My newest interior design project: an Afro Blue bedroom


 

 

In my most recent project, I worked with my client remotely. The aesthetic is Afro-boho. The space is serene and sophisticated. We started with the bedding, which was handmade with a West African geometric pattered fabric in blue, black and white. It set the tone for the rest of the room.


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Published on June 21, 2021 09:58
Dimitris Nikou Dimitris Nikou's blog:

Δακτυλογράφημα: Σαράντα


Δακτυλογράφημα με αφορμή έναν αριθμό. Μια ηλικία. Μια ημερομηνία γιορτής κι έναν μάλλον σημαντικό σταθμό. Η διαβρωμένη πινακίδα με το όριο ταχύτητας στον δρόμο της φωτογραφίας θα μπορούσε να είναι και ειρωνικό ή σαρκαστικό σχόλιο, αλλά δεν είναι. Άλλωστε, όπως παραδέχομαι και στο κείμενο, ποτέ μ Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 21, 2021 07:37
L.R. David L.R. David's blog:

The write stuff

I wanted this blog to be about writing, so I thought I would share how I came to write my first book.

In July I left work after being made redundant. I had wanted to write a book since I can remember, and I finally had some spare time, I thought, to have a go.

I have notes on a novel I have been worki

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Published on October 19, 2012 03:08
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