Category Archive: Writing

Oceans of words

There are oceans of words out there to the horizon and beyond. More words than I could ever need to use. Wide waters of words wrapping our world. Each word a meaning, an idea, a… Continue reading

Getting More Sleep

I posted recently about going to sleep earlier and I have been progressively going to be earlier. My internet is on a timer and goes off at 10.30 and I have a daily… Continue reading

Beware Selling on Ebay

(Subtitle: eBay I now hate you) Selling on eBay has cost me £25, lots of my time has been wasted and a £100 computer has been destroyed by a stranger. It seems they allow buyers… Continue reading

I Hate Photos of Me

(Or do I?) Daily Prompt: Tables Turned Are [you] as comfortable in front of a camera as behind one? Being written about, as well as writing? I have never been very happy about… Continue reading

Mirror, Mirror on the wall

Daily Prompt: Mirror, Mirror Finish this sentence: “When I look in the mirror, I . . . “ Photographers, artists, poets: show us MIRRORED. I just took a pic of the bright, hot… Continue reading

Quick Tip: Ignore Your Stats

Originally posted on The Daily Post:
I know, I know — we’ve told you over and over to use your statistics to grow your readership. What gives? Are we backtracking? Not at all.…

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

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

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

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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