Monthly Archives: October 2018

Can of paint with drips on outside

Mindless Tasks 2.0

It turns out, not all mindless tasks are useful. Some are just annoying. I will never again question why someone charges and arm and a leg for a painting project. As part of enclosing a small porch, it’s up to us to paint the materials—four panels with interchangeable screens and window inserts. It’s not only […]

wrinkled paper

Never Underestimate the Value of a Mindless Task

Do you dread certain tasks because they seem so…mindless? Rote. The kind of work we call unskilled labor. In college, a friend convinced a bunch of us to fold boxes for some company. I realized then that I might have missed my calling as a factory worker. I thought of that again when I recently […]

Media Nation

By Dan Kennedy • The press, politics, technology, culture and other passions

Eco-Fiction

Thoughts on Writing and Life

thedrabble.wordpress.com/

Shortness of Breadth

Whatever

THIS MACHINE MOCKS FASCISTS

M A G P I E à la modus operandi

Memories by Marguerite Quantaine

Jane Friedman

Helping authors and publishers make smart decisions in the digital age

Zestful Writing

Thoughts on Writing and Life

Irrelevant Cyberspeak

because you don't have anything better to do...

Miz Chef

Cooking Up a Healthy Life

Ruth Perkinson

Author & Spiritual Teacher

Cocktail Hour Productions

Pull up a chair, have a drink, and enjoy.

Nicola Griffith

British-American in Seattle. Novelist.

Writer Unboxed

about the craft and business of fiction

Blackadder Blogs

Jesse Blackadder on writing, books, life.

Kallmaker.com

Where women are the heroes of their own lives and love is the universal story. Author Karin Kallmaker's official site.

Ann McMan

Thoughts on Writing and Life

Missouri Vaun

Writer of lesbian romance

Clifford Mae Henderson

Thoughts on Writing and Life