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Journaling for Life

Part Two: How to Write a Life Journal for Present You and Future You (including suggestions on how to use fewer words than this subtitle) I argued in Part One that the future benefits of journaling are at least as … Continue reading

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How to be Cool

I’m not cool And neither are you How do I know? Because you’re reading this Which proves you want to be cool And cool people don’t care if they’re cool Which is what makes them cool No, wait come to … Continue reading

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Procrasti Nation

My New Year’s Resolutions Post New Year’s Resolutions on January 1! Start preparing 2019 Resolutions now! Procrastination Procrastination, procrastinay-yay-shun Is makin’ me late Is keepin’ me everyone else waitin’ According to an article in Psychology Today, the number one reason … Continue reading

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More Sunshine!

I’ve been nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by the relentlessly sunny Terri of Reclaiming Hope!  If that title has any resonance for you (and if it doesn’t, we need to talk) visit her. Keep rockin’ for the Rock, Terri! … Continue reading

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How to Draw Women

I draw lots of things. Mosquitos. Criticism. But women? Not so much. Dude, if I’d realized it worked like this when I was a teenager, I’d have paid way more attention in art class!

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How to be Free

Francis of Assisi got his first taste of freedom in a prison cell. True freedom lives, if we allow it to, inside of us. As a kid growing up in smog-strangled Los Angeles I heard a radio ditty about a … Continue reading

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How to Add Humor (for Writers, Teachers, Speakers) – Part One

Originally posted on Mitch Teemley:
If you’re anyone who has ever wanted to be witty—writer, preacher, teacher, politician or panhandler (sorry about the redundancy)—this article will help. Or I’ll refund every penny you’ve paid! My first career was about funny.…

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