#weekendcoffeeshare: What Constitutes Friendship?

The Daily Post sponsors the #weekendcoffeeshare. Twitter is also using this hashtag. If this is something you’d like to do, whether it be weekly like it’s supposed to be or the way I do it, once a month, I hope you will join in. Last month I wrote this post as a dialogue between you, … Continue reading #weekendcoffeeshare: What Constitutes Friendship?

Alleviating Email Issues

I can remember when I used to wish that advertisers would stop sending mail. You know, those things with envelopes. I’d walk to the mail station down the street to retrieve the bills I needed to pay along with, hopefully, a real letter from someone I care about. Lo and behold, my little compartment would … Continue reading Alleviating Email Issues

The Online Amenities

On August 29th, Today’s Author posted a piece asking what are the online resources their readers use in their writing. This is one of the most glorious aspects of the technical age, in my opinion. Money and time are cost to the bone for a writer because of the availability of resources now. We have … Continue reading The Online Amenities

Barriers of Good Intentions

The last few weeks I've been fumbling and thrashing with pretty much my entire life. In short, I've been flat-out dissatisfied with how most things are progressing, if they’re moving forward at all. I would think that the warmer months would have put me in high gear, making leaps and bounds in whatever I’d pursue. … Continue reading Barriers of Good Intentions

That Contrite Decision

Have you ever been in that state of mind where you’re certain you can make the situation better with just a few tweaks? Nothing major, mind you. They’re the types of adjustments that show little on the surface, if at all, but you’re positive the changes will greatly improve your life in so way. After … Continue reading That Contrite Decision