All Blog Posts Tagged 'revelations' (2)

Quality not Quantity...

So being a new Blogger, has had it's share of challenges....to be sure....maybe it's because I am really my own worst critic when it comes to my writing. Why do I always tend to feel like I'm writing the piece for my highschool or college English teacher....so I analize and over analize...I publish...then edit...then publish again....ARGGHH....





Breathe....and....





I read this snifty little article about how to be a better blogger.....how it should be the quality… Continue

Added by Lesley on October 24, 2008 at 9:17pm — No Comments

The One Where I Write My Own Eulogy

It’s been a long week, folks.



Jimmy’s service, Grandma’s service and reading the stark words of a fellow blogger who’s just been diagnosed with cancer, I realize that staying positive is more than just a rainbow and kitten-nose outlook on life. It’s really freaking hard work!



I watch the way others cope, not in a judgmental way, but more in a “if that works for them, would it work for me?” introspective way. At… Continue

Added by Anissa Mayhew on July 30, 2008 at 12:26am — No Comments

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