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Dean Pohlman Dean Pohlman's blog:

Why You’re Not Too Old for Man Flow Yoga

Why You're Not Too Old for Man Flow Yoga

Here’s a question I’m asked ALL of the time – Am I too old to do yoga? Or more specifically, am I too old to do Man Flow Yoga? I’ll give you three reasons why you’re not too old for yoga (and specifically, why you’re not too old for Man Flow Yoga). I have to ... Read More


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Published on September 16, 2019 06:05
Greg Kandra Greg Kandra's blog:

Woman narrates soccer games for her blind son; both nominated for FIFA prize

Sílvia Grecco helps her adopted son enjoy his favorite sport.
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Published on September 17, 2019 03:00
Tom   Reed Tom Reed's blog:

katrinnac:The throng of goosebumpsMurmurs your name you thought that they were caressing a bit too...

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The throng of goosebumps

Murmurs your name

you thought that they were caressing a bit too closely on that park bench, but in fact

they were spies

communicating

in goosebump braille

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Published on September 16, 2019 05:04
J. Aislynn d'Merricksson J. Aislynn d'Merricksson's blog:

Book Review: Stormrise by Jillian Boehme


Stormrise by Jillian Boehme is a magical reweaving of Mulan, twined with Twelfth Night. Rain is her family’s second daughter. She is one half of a set of twins and despite looking eerily alike, Storm is her brother. When a childhood fever attacks both, it stunts Storm’s mental growth. Now, as a...

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Published on September 16, 2019 04:02
Kerry Clare Kerry Clare's blog:

Gleanings: The BLOG SCHOOL LAUNCH DAY EDITION!

Blog School launches today! Creating it has been my big summer writing project this year, and I’m very excited to finally share what I’ve made. Go here to learn more…



But, in blogging, I found my own purpose.June to September9 books about treesOne of the most enlivening side effects of these mov... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 08:31
Pattie Baker Pattie Baker's blog:

Who’s “Trusting the Journey” with me for Biketober?

We’re back for the third year! Join Team “Trusting the Journey”  for #Biketober (Georgia Commute Options’ #AtlantaBikeChallenge) We currently have six spots open. Simply go to LoveToRide.net, sign up, and select Trusting the Journey as your team. You qualify for a chance to win prizes every time... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2019 03:51
Matt  Doyle Matt Doyle's blog:

OVW TV 1047 – Gunned Down


OVW TV 1047 – Gunned Down


On commentary this week are Gilbert Corsey and Ted McNaler. We open up with a recap of what happened last week with Al Snow’s appearance, Sami Callihan turning up, and the return of Tony Gunn. In a really nice touch, Sami Callihan invaded the opening credits and cut a n...

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Published on September 17, 2019 02:00
Stephanie     Rose Stephanie Rose's blog:

Nourishing and Natural Hair Serum Recipe with Rosemary and Jojoba

If you only use shampoo and conditioner, or [gasp] shampoo alone as your hair care routine, then please let me introduce you to hair serum. A hair serum is an essential product for shiny hair and a...



Please see the full article on https://GardenTherapy.ca

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Published on September 16, 2019 16:22
Jeanne Grunert Jeanne Grunert's blog:

The Choice to Love: A Poem

Dedicated to Annette Hertzler





The Choice to Love



A poem by Jeanne Grunert





Moments, drop by drop





Slip through time





Nothing brings her back





Pinpricks of pain





The sight of her bed, of bowl, of leash





The silky feel of fur





Remembering





Stroking her head and praying her into heaven





As she exhaled her last in the...

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Published on September 16, 2019 08:10
Roman Nacht Roman Nacht's blog:

SAMOPOZNANIE TO JEDYNA DROGA DO POZNANIA BOGA, CZYLI ŻYCIA

Tylko ŻYCIE jest wszechobecne, wszechwiedzące, wszechobejmujące; tylko ŻYCIE jest Światłem ,  tylko ŻYCIE jest święte i dlatego tylko ŻYCIE  J  E S T   BOGIEM
i PRAWEM ŻYCIA w każdej formie życia:



- Od lat ludzie w różnych krajach, które odwiedziłem
i odwiedzam, po wykładach, warsztatach,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 22:12
Segilola Salami Segilola Salami's blog:

Ruth Premo-Berkowitz: The joys of growing up in a large family + Giveaway

Ruth Premo-Berkowitz is today’s guest on The Segilola Salami Show podcast. As the 13th child of her father, Ruth shares with us what it was like growing up in a large family and how it inspired her to write her children’s book The Barber’s Daughter and the Little Window: Book One. We also chatted...

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Published on September 16, 2019 20:54
Ricky Pine Ricky Pine's blog:

Review: A Crash of Fate

A Crash of Fate A Crash of Fate by Zoraida Córdova
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Not the first piece of EU fiction that Zoraida Córdova has blessed us with, but this first tie-in to Galaxy's Edge (am I the only Star Wars fan who hasn't been there at Disneyland yet, though?) is a pretty sweet first official Star Wa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 20:49
Michael Seagriff Michael Seagriff's blog:

Eucharistic Reflection - Staying Still In Silence

(Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)
"It is by staying still, in silence, and possibly for long periods, before Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament that we perceive what He wants from us, put aside our own plans to make way for His, and let God’s light gradually penetrate the heart and heal it."
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Published on September 17, 2019 02:17
K.DeMers Dowdall K.DeMers Dowdall's blog:

Keep Writing!

This is what writers do, they believe they can write and they do. That simple.


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To all writers:

Please trust in yourselves, have faith in your voices, and tell the stories you want to tell.

Have confidence in your abilities, and keep... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 11:41
Sean McDowell Sean McDowell's blog:

Yes, I Am Pro-Choice (But Let Me Explain)

Yes, I Am Pro-Choice (But Let Me Explain)


Everyone is pro-choice to a degree. We all believe people should be free to make important life decisions. But when is our choice limited? Sean explains. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2019 04:00
Dallied Kien Dallied Kien's blog:

Titre de l’article de blog

Que fait-il inclure dans un article de blog ? Un contenu utile sur l’industrie, qui : 1) donne à vos lecteurs des informations utiles, et 2) démontre votre expertise du secteur.


Utilisez les articles de blog de votre société pour donner votre avis sur les sujets brûlants du secteur, humaniser vot...

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Published on April 10, 2019 14:04
Ron Franscell Ron Franscell's blog:

40% of serial killers getting away with murder

The Golden Age of serial killers—the 1970s and ‘80s—is over. According to National Institute of Justice, the number of serial killers is down 85% in the past 30 years. Reasons abound, including the introduction of DNA and criminal profiling since the 1960s, Add in longer prison sentences (and les...

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Published on September 16, 2019 06:20
Joeann Jenkins Joeann Jenkins's blog:

All I want for Christmas is a publication date

All I want for Christmas is a publication date
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Published on November 13, 2015 19:00
Stephen Koppel Stephen Koppel's blog:

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A little story about how I recently met a new little...













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A little story about how I recently met a new little buddy: Franky


Hey! It sure is dusty here haha. Didn’t come on tumblr for a long long while. I figured since it’s hard to post comic strips like this on twitter and instagram I’ll just use tumblr to share these : > pls enjo...

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Published on September 16, 2019 11:24
Craig Pirrong Craig Pirrong's blog:

Beta O’Rourke Fails Texas History–and Texas

Democratic presidential candidate Robert Francis “Beto” (AKA “Beta”) O’Rourke, currently running neck-and-neck with Rounding Error, is attempting to jumpstart his floundering campaign with strident threats to confiscate “assault weapons”:





“Hell, yes, we’re going to take your AR-15,” the former T...

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Published on September 16, 2019 18:14
Paul   McVeigh Paul McVeigh's blog:

New Work in ‘Smashing It’

‘SMASHING IT’ ANTHOLOGY 

Use Code SMASHINGIT50 for 50% discount but HURRY


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I’ve written a new short story for this anthology ‘All Eyes On Me’. Featuring writing, lyrics and images by Riz Ahmed, Malorie Blackman, Salena Godden, Kerry Hudson, Maxine Peake and Wiley to name just...

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Published on September 17, 2019 03:51
Cynthia A. Morgan Cynthia A. Morgan's blog:

Silence and Solitude – #Poetry of the #Loneliness and #Hope

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Silence.


It borders on my Sanity like a perimeter fence, locking out my Solitude, Barring me from myself.


From You.


And Chaos Wakens within me, like the Opening Eye of Daylight, the turmoil of My Soul.


Solitude is Beautiful.


Solitude is Violence to my Heart.


Solitude is something, alth...

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Published on September 16, 2019 12:46
Boyd Ober Boyd Ober's blog:

How to Create a Living Strategic Succession Plan

The business world rewards both careful planning and spontaneous action. At the same time, conventional wisdom warns against both of these extremes. All of this seems contradictory. How is it that caution and risk both work to our benefit and our detriment? And how can we know which path to take?...

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Published on September 16, 2019 07:37
Tiziano Solignani Tiziano Solignani's blog:

Sono più importanti i sogni o i progetti?

Questa frase del grande autore francese rende molto efficacemente quello che dico sempre ai miei clienti del counseling: sognare é molto più importante che progettare. I progetti sono frutto della ragione, i sogni delle parti più profonde di noi. Ricordati sempre: é la ragione che sceglie, ma é...

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Published on September 16, 2019 22:02
Mark McClure Mark McClure's blog:

Short Story #27: The First Day of the Dead

I wrote this story in a total of six hours across two days and starting from a single one-word theme. No character. No plot. No bloody clue where it was going until I got around 800 words in and figured out this was death and murder and redemption all wrapped up in a bloody red bow. Read more › Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 07:07
Francis Mont Francis Mont's blog:

Science Fiction at its best

If we consider only serious literature, science fiction, at its best, aims to make the readers think about important humanistic values. Often it achieves this by contrasting two civilizations: a corrupt, dying, self-destructive one (not unlike our own) with a vibrant, healthy well balanced utopia... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2019 04:26
Karl K. Gallagher Karl K. Gallagher's blog:

Fencon Panel Schedule

Fencon, my favorite local con, is this coming weekend by DFW airport. Come on by if you can! I’ll be on these panels:


It’s the AR/VR panel !

Friday 2:00 PM Grapevine 1


Contracts You Shouldn’t Sign

Friday 5:00 PM Galleria 4


NASA’s Commercial Crew Program

Friday 6:00 PM Grapevine 1


What’s Your Role?

Saturd...

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Published on September 16, 2019 21:19
Sally Cronin Sally Cronin's blog:

Smorgasbord Health Column – Major Organs and systems of the body – The Female Reproductive System Part One – Sally Cronin

I repeat this series in particular every year, in the hopes that those who are new to the blog will find it interesting and useful. I worked with couples who were planning on getting pregnant and it was important that … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2019 02:30
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