Monthly Archives: December 2015

RANDOM BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION PROMPTS FOR WRITERS

The year-end mental inventory continues, so bear with me a little. This one is going to be fun. I’ve talked a bit about my struggles with depression over the last half of 2015 and before that, and scheduling schemes and … Continue reading

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A LITTLE END-OF-YEAR CLEAN UP

No new year’s resolutions, I promise. But still the end of one year and the beginning of another gives us all an opportunity to stop and think about what’s been working for us, personally and professionally, over the past year … Continue reading

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THIS IS NOT A REVIEW OF SYFY’S CHILDHOOD’S END

May contain spoilers, read at your own risk. And you should know by now that I don’t write reviews. I sometimes write recommendations of books or movies or use books or movies as positive or negative examples, but never reviews. … Continue reading

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TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER

Today, here in the Pacific Northwest, it is raining so hard it sounds as if a drum corps is practicing on my roof. I took Fresno Bob out for a walk and my cheap plastic poncho was blown up over … Continue reading

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LET’S GET ORGANIZED

Is it really December already? That’s insane. There’s no way it’s already December, especially since I still haven’t finished three projects that should have been done in August. That’s absurd. The world is out to get me. The calendar has … Continue reading

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