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Here are lots of tips from the speakers at the New York Times Travel Show (more to come):

"Travel Show Experts Offer Tips: Social Media, DIY Videos & Wri...

Looking forward to your comments.

I wrote about how scary starting out as a writer can be. Ah fond memories. :http://kittysinnerthoughts.blogspot.com/2012/03/just-starting-out.html

I hope other writers will join in on the discussion and share some of their memories from when they first started out.

I reposted an interview I did with a guy from Rue Morgue magazine. 

I talk about the tumble into the blahs and my fight back out. 

http://wosushi.wordpress.com/2012/03/15/silence-explained/

Enjoying tax season yet? Read my take on it. Okay, I've been a bit busy. Sorry I made you wait. It will be worth it. http://bit.ly/FOeAzo

Writing about Circles of Women and still digesting the success of 'Out of the Mouths of Babes: An Evening of Mothers Reading to Others'. See the blog series today with a new post by Daphne Cohn, The Pleasure Nutritionist at 

http://laundrylinedivine.com/out-of-the-mouths-of-babes/daphne-cohn/

I'd love you to join the discussion of mothering and creativity!

xo S

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This weekend, I posted "Last Chance to Dance." My Dapper Dan Contest is ending on Tuesday night and shamefully, there are only three entries. THREE??! for a $10.00 Amazon gift card. I have about 150 followers and only three :( posted an entry. Perhaps this is your lucky day? Check it out and post something, anything, to enter. I'd love to see you there. Here's the link:

The Dapper Dan Contest.

Spring Forward (the third poem on a seasonal theme)

http://www.helenmazarakis.com/

It's a pretty day here. My dog is having puppies today (so excited), but I am still doing my writing duties between pups! I'll thank those of you who check out my latest blog post. I've had 25 posts and am up to 4,000+ pageviews total, so I'm feeling good about my progress. I really do thank all of you who stop by to read, leave a comnment and/or follow. It is connecting with all of my peers that makes me successful, not the numbers! I just love getting to know everyone.

The Fog (Could Have Killed Me)

Nonsense!!!  Catch the power of nonsense in verse and in education.  How do you make it work for you?  Please join my blog discussion:

Jabberwocky & Dr. Seuss: Nonsense at its Best

I'm climbing Mt. Whitney summer 2014. Join me in this journey from training to summit. Yes, I'm nuts but what the heck? http://bit.ly/gXiLu0

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