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Sleep Over (Threesome)



When my husband is out of town, or I travel alone with my children, they both sleep with me. Actually, they don't sleep with me as much as…

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Added by Karen on January 3, 2011 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Keeping the "Happy" in Happy New Year

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get off the metro, walk into the office, or go into Starbuck's, and

everyone is saying it: Happy New Year! We all are walking around for the

first week or two with a glow,… Continue

Added by Jenna Sauber on January 3, 2011 at 6:29pm — No Comments

The First Year of a New Born and Newbie Published Author

Last year I rang in the New Year with my daughter, who had just…

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Added by M. Louisa Locke on January 3, 2011 at 5:37pm — No Comments

Becoming wholehearted

For as long as I can remember, I’ve felt pressured to have a memorable

experience on New Year’s Eve. Over the years, I’ve found myself

attending all manner of parties and celebrations that never quite felt

right.



But having put a lot of time and energy in 2010 into what was most

important to me, and being honest about what wasn’t, my New Year’s

experience this year was different. I had two objectives: to spend time

with the people I love and to finish… Continue

Added by Kristen on January 3, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Looking for a Writing group

I'm looking for joining a writing group in Albuquerque or/and Santa Fe, NM.  

Please let me know if you have any info.

 

Thank you, Ana

Added by Ana Sharma on January 3, 2011 at 2:57pm — No Comments

The Many Factors that Influence Personal Finance

I have come about my personal finance education the hard way. I honestly think that personal finance should

be a part of every high school student's mandatory education. Actually I



have worked



since I was 16 during the summers, and I thought I knew plenty about



money, until…

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Today's Challenge: Are You an Angry or a Quiet Woman?

Q. Are you a “quiet” or an “angry” woman?



Ana Lewis, founder of WomenontheVerge.net, is troubled by these descriptors. Ana feels both give women a “bad rap.”



Ohio State University professor Nan Johnson wrote in the journal Philosophy and Rhetoric that in the late 19th century the ideal…

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"A Brief But Quirky History of Art"



Happy New Year, opera lovers: Here's a special issue ofScene4 Magazine, with my très quirky review of… Continue

Added by Renate Stendhal on January 3, 2011 at 1:57pm — No Comments

Notes and Observations on the Risks Involved in Time Travel

I made my first attempt at time travel yesterday, Sunday 2nd January 2011. I travelled forward one day to visit Hampstead Observatory to watch the conjunction of Jupiter and Uranus some time after 6pm tonight.



When I returned home, I… Continue

Added by Helen Smith on January 3, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Integrity: Show, Don't Tell

This week on The Lit Coach's Guide to The Writer's Life, I discuss why the #1 lesson in writing workshops everywhere, "Show, Don't Tell," applies to your writer's life, too.  Also, learn about the three most common professional gaffes writers make and how to avoid them!

 

Erin Reel, The Lit Coach, is a publishing and editorial consultant and writer's life coach.  A former Los…

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Added by Erin Reel on January 3, 2011 at 12:44pm — No Comments

3D and Me

They look like a normal pair of cardboard glasses but with lenses of different colors. Once I put them on, I am drawn into a world much different than the world I know and a world I want to stay in for a while.

The writer in me wants to take those glasses apart and see…

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Added by Paula Petty on January 3, 2011 at 12:23pm — No Comments

What Words Would You Ban?

It’s a New Year. 2011. Wow.

 

I’m sure we’re all ready to lose weight, stop smoking, cut down on sugar, and start exercising more. Right? We all know that lasts about one week exactly. The moment we realize we were in coma when we agreed

to all that resolution stuff.

 

But, I digress as I…

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Added by Dana Leipold on January 3, 2011 at 12:14pm — No Comments

The Architect of My Soul - Nothing Static

There is a type of house cleaning I would rather avoid, and then there is the kind I actually relish. The first strikes me as a mundane chore; the second, an anticipated delight.



My mother often voiced how much she hated doing housework because it would never last. She would say, "As soon as I get it all cleaned, someone has to…

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Added by M Kathy Brown on January 3, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments

Is There A Shortage Of Hate?

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All Male "Best of" Poetry List

I just saw this and thought it was funny that Lista calls himself out for making the all-male list. Interesting rhetorical choice. Does he think it will keep others (especially women) from reacting to it? The Best Books of 2010: Poetry He does throw a few women a bone by mentioning their names. I can imagine there are women right now throwing him something else.

Added by Jane Hammons on January 3, 2011 at 9:57am — No Comments

A Life's Work Speaks Louder than a Million Words











As we often lament, every minority or marginalized group can be easily stigmatized,  slandered, or reduced by what is not factually correct.  How one personally deals with it is a matter of individual preference; I would not dictate terms to anyone if I could.  Tactics may differ, but the response does not. …
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Added by Kevin Camp on January 3, 2011 at 7:27am — No Comments

Doing the Polar Bear Plunge and Other Stupid Things to Try to Feel Young

Sanity Waiting to Happen

 

Doing the Polar Bear Plunge and Other Stupid Things to Try to Feel Young…

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Added by Angela Weight on January 3, 2011 at 6:43am — No Comments

Five Questions for...Wendy Shanker: Illness Memoirs, Madonna Moments, and Karma Kisses

Wendy Shanker--author of Are you My Guru? How Medicine, Meditation and Madonna Saved My Life--answers five questions from Susan Shapiro--Manhattan writing professor and author of the comic novels…

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