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Olio #12: Blogs I Love

Humor, history, poignant essays, pop culture, adorable crafts, contemplative ideas... These are a few of my favorite blogs.
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Things to Love #12: Wellington Dreams

I keep coming back to this little video, over and over. It means different things to me at different times, but it always makes me happy, or hopeful, or motivated. It seemed appropriate to share on my wedding anniversary.
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The Liner Notes of Newspaper History #11: William Randolph Hearst

For those not in the newspaper industry, perhaps you haven't heard of William Randolph Hearst. He was a newspaperman extraordinaire. Newspapers as we know (knew?) them may be on their way out, but in the heyday of the daily newspaper, Hearst was a major player.
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Things to Love #11: Summer Vacation

I believe that a long summer break is vital. If you work hard throughout the school year, you need time to regroup and refresh, as well as pursue your special interests.
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Bristol Box #11: For Those Who Like Old Fashioned Letters

Letter writing is a bit of a lost art, or at least a dying one. The only people who write letters anymore are those who are trying to keep the art alive, and those without computers. Be one of those keeping it alive with this week's Bristol Box.
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I’ve Got Moxie #10: Macro Photography

My macro lens is my favorite lens. Whether far away or close up, subjects look fantastic. It's easy to take a good picture with a macro lens.
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Things to Love #10: Paper Planners

Electronic planners are useful. But sometimes you want, or need, a more tangible place to organize your thoughts or your week.
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Arthur’s Letters at ‘First Person History’

Over on my First Person History blog, where I’ve been typing up my great grandfather, Arthur’s letters from rebuilding Germany after WWII, a couple of letters recently have really stood out as interesting and influential. The most interesting of which included a letter from Arthur’s Haus Frau, Edith. She was so optimistic about the future,...Read More
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I’ve Got Moxie #9: Mid-Life Redirection

This post isn't so much about me, as most of my Moxie posts are. It's about people in general. All of you folks out there. This is my encouragement to you today.
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Olio #9: Montessori Education

In Montessori education, kids use their hands, move their bodies, and engage their minds instead of sitting at a desk trying to stay awake during a lecture.
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Things to Love #9: Letterboxing

Traipsing across the land, searching out a hidden box with only a few clues to guide you. Think Geocaching combined with orienteering, but without any pesky technology, and you have Letterboxing.
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Bristol Box #9: For Those Who Like Outer Space

Summer is both the best and the worst time to get out and look at the night sky. The frigid temperatures of winter are long behind us, but you do have to stay up considerably later for it to be dark. But there are plenty of constellations that are easier to see in the summer, such as Cygnus and Lyra.
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