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Day 30 Method: Quote Focus

Day 30 Method: Quote Focus


Posted By on Oct 30, 2015

    Today is day 30 in a series called 31 Days of Methods In Madness. I completed my organizational method of writing articles – the alphabet from A to Z. To read all the articles click here. Over the course of the last couple days, I’ve included bonus material for you, as I do today.   As I mentioned in day 18 of the 31-day writing challenge, I’m a sucker for quotes. I have 4 Pinterest boards about...

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Day 18 Method: Quotes

Day 18 Method: Quotes


Posted By on Oct 18, 2015

  I love quotes. I thought about sharing some inspirational favorites, some quotes to live by. Then I decided I could do with some comedic relief, and so could you I’m sure.   Today I bring you:   Q   for Quotes   My girls are a source of joy, irritation, wonder, frustration, and honest to goodness laughs. Since I started this blog, I’ve tried to do a better job on memorializing their unique...

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Day 11 Method: Joy In Giving

Day 11 Method: Joy In Giving


Posted By on Oct 11, 2015

  A couple of days ago, I wrote about gifts and provided a list of 25 Gifts Under $50. Today, I’m going to expand that topic, but from an aesthetic point of view.   Today’s letter of the day is:   J   for Joy In Giving   I alluded to the fact, in day 8, that gift giving can contain an element of madness to the method. For some, however, there is no method, just sheer madness. It’s a challenge...

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Day 2 Method: Art

Day 2 Method: Art


Posted By on Oct 2, 2015

  As I mentioned at the outset of my 31-day writing challenge: 31 Days of Methods In Madness, I’m going to approach each days’s topic according to a tip or subject of interest as it relates to the letters of the Alphabet. Today the letter of the day is:   A   for Art   Art, especially paintings fascinate me!  Perhaps it’s because I love art, the skill, the vision, the execution, but I lack...

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6 Notable Quotes to Live By

6 Notable Quotes to Live By


Posted By on Nov 12, 2014

Today, I let my girls go with friends on an excursion for the day.   It’s the first time they’ve traveled without me.  Other than a couple of family sleep-overs, they are always by my side. I feel adrift here.  I little sad, contemplative, reflective. At times like this, I prefer to read, not write.  However, without kids in the house, I have no excuse not to write.  How to mesh the two –...

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