Monthly Archive: June, 2013

No Mere Mortal

Daily Prompt: No Longer a Mere Mortal You’ve imbibed a special potion that makes you immortal. Now that you’ve got forever, what changes will you make in your life? How will you live… Continue reading

Four Shoes = Companionable

Weekly Photo Challenge: Companionable Share a picture of a COMPANION and explain why you chose that picture. My shoes and those of my love. I hope we can keep each other company for the rest… Continue reading

Boulevard Walk

Daily Prompt: The Artist’s Eye Is there a painting or sculpture you’re drawn to? What does it say to you? Describe the experience. (Or, if art doesn’t speak to you, tell us why.) Art… Continue reading

Daily Prompt: Morality

Daily Prompt: Morality Play Where do your morals come from — your family? Your faith? Your philosophical worldview? How do you deal with those who don’t share them, or derive them from a different… Continue reading

More Techno

  My friend, Justin E, has been working away, making music on his computer. He has just had a track published by Cluster 909 so that’s really good news. It sounds good to… Continue reading

Zen of Mindful Window Cleaning

(and other Chores) Feel the cloth in your hand, the texture on your skin. Observe the dirt as you wipe it of the glass. Listen to the sound of the cloth on the… Continue reading

The stuff around my blog

The Theme, the Widgets, the Menus Daily Prompt: Island of Misfit Posts Todays idea is to write about something I don’t normally write about. I haven’t paid much thought to all the stuff… Continue reading

What is the Observing Self?

I’ve been reading ‘The Happiness Trap’ by Russ Harris. I’m becoming a fan as I turn the pages and work through the exercises. This book about using ‘The Observing Self’ to become comfortable… Continue reading

Clover: The art of listening to your customers and iterating fast

Re-blogging this interesting and inspiring video. 🙂

The Papa Hemingway Writing Challenge

The idea: find a bloated, nasty, air-filled paragraph. Copy it in all its former glory into a new post. Paste it a second time so that you can edit it until it cries… Continue reading

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