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 […]

reads rainbow

I say your name on this dark night

Media Nation

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

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Shortness of Breadth

Whatever

EARLY DAYS OF A BETTER NATION

M A G P I E à la modus operandi

Memories by Marguerite Quantaine

#HOPEJAHRENSURECANWRITE

books and things.

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

Nicola Griffith

Writer. Queer cripple with a PhD. Seattle & Leeds.

Writer Unboxed

about the craft and business of fiction

Blackadder Blogs

Jesse Blackadder on writing, books, life.

Karin Kallmaker - Romance, Women, Words

Where women are the heroes of their own lives and love is the universal story. Author Karin Kallmaker's official portfolio of published works, blog, and author store.

Ann McMan – Treehouse Studio

Thoughts on Writing and Life

Missouri Vaun

Writer of lesbian romance