Monthly archive for August 2015

How To Be Happy

How To Be Happy

How To Be Happy Udemy Course Instructor: Wendy Tomlinson Product Review by M.C. Simon This course is about you making yourself happy rather than relying on others to make you happy. The introduction is very human, and I appreciated this very much. Even if the instructor gives

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10 Takes: Pacific Northwest Writers – Perspectives on Writing

10 Takes: Pacific Northwest Writers - Perspectives on Writing

The book’s title grabbed my attention making me curious to see how a Pacific Northwest writer sees the writing world. I am not from the Northwest area and will probably never be, but I was even more curious what the book was about, knowing that Jennifer Roland, the author, is “a freelance and marketing writer with more than 20 years of experience in newspaper, magazine, and marketing environments.

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There’s a Hamster in the Dashboard

There's a Hamster in the Dashboard

Book Details Title: There’s a Hamster in the Dashboard – A life in Pets Author: David W. Berner Genre: Non-fiction, Pets, Essays, Memoires Format: Kindle & Paperback Length: 138 pages Publication Date: May 19, 2015 Publisher: Dream of Things Kindle Price: $2.29 Paperback Price: $10.00 BOOK REVIEW

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Amulets, Scarabs and Crystals

Amulets, Scarabs and Crystals

Why did the ancients venerate the form of a beetle… why the dung beetle? What’s the secret? I decided to find out and do some exploring myself.

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Writing Like an Architect

Writing Like an Architect

Seeing Othello recently confirmed for me that being a first-rate writer requires the same kind of training that an architect receives. A typical program includes courses in architectural history and theory, building design, construction methods, professional practice, math, physical sciences, and liberal arts.

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