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After a recent encounter with an educated adult saying “go-ed” (as in “I go-ed to the store”), I’ve been on a grammar kick. MakeUseOf has a great listing of free online grammar resources at “The Best Free Online Grammar Resources”
I’m sure I’m not the only person in the world who has tried unsuccessfully to stick stuff together. How About Orange pointed to a wonderful site about sticking stuff together called “This to That (Glue Advice)” at “How to glue stuff to other stuff”
As a blogger, I consider myself a writer. The problem is when I target the blog, things get in the way. Big things that can stop me from writing. This article from Stepcase Lifehack, “9 Expert Tips For Better Writing”, gives me some alternate outlets that can spark the rest of my writing life. Particularly “Write something every day that you do not intend to share”.
A different approach to decluttering: the “clean slate method” from Zen Habits (“The Clean-Slate Guide to Simplicity”). Warning: this is not for the faint at heart.
Too many people have embraced the simplicity movement for simplicity’s sake only. But it isn’t about that. As TortoiseKnowsBest points out, “It is not about the stuff we have, it is about the relationship with have with that stuff…“. A great read over at “Slow and Minimalism”
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