Reblog: Coping With Depression During Your Job Search — HelloBeautiful

Source: valentinrussanov / Getty Let’s face it. Searching for a job is a job. The networking, research and interviewing alone can take months. Since most online applications take an average of 30 minutes to two hours to complete, dedicating a full day’s work to sitting in front of your laptop doesn’t seem so far-fetched. As…

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Reblog: Sonnet for our Times By Scott Bailey

Sonnet for our Times By Scott Bailey © 2013 So it seems to me that beyond the news Beyond the web of the media spin There are places still where the only views Are battlegrounds full of unearthly din I see the most pious places burning Where the holy words still hold high accord Where […]

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Reblog: Author Interview – Adam Dreece – “The Yellow Hoods”

Hey there everyone. Have I got a treat for you all tonight……Yes I have and it is not a rhetorical question, I would never do that to you all on a Monday of all days 😉 It is with greatest pleasure that I introduce you all to another outstanding author in the Author Interview series. […]

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Reblog: What’s That Smell? — Knocked Over By A Feather

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Reblog: Just Write — HarsH ReaLiTy

I am often asked how I come up with my posts. At first I took my prompts from fortune cookies, but those got old after awhile. Truthfully I simply write when I feel like writing and I feel like writing all the time. When I look back over my posts I consider most “sloppy” and […]

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Reblog: Grape Leaves Stuffed with Rice and Herbs — Tasty Eats

Stuffed grape leaves are known all over the Mediterranean, where they are mostly stuffed with rice and herbs, and in the Middle East, where a meat filling is more common. The recipe I have here has both Greek and Turkish influences, as it comes from my maternal grandmother, whose origins were in the Jewish community […]

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Reblog: Obelisk – #Writephoto — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

Originally posted on Myths of the Mirror: The horror on my mother’s face earned her a compromise, and I hauled my keepsakes into her attic. The rest I sold or trashed—all my belongings, from my gabled home and rusted car to my laptop and half-squeezed tube of toothpaste. Then I emptied my bank account and donated…

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