Is this thing on? Is anybody still out there?
It's been a crazy week and I haven't had much time to devote to writing a post this week, so instead, I thought I'd share a few of the fun reads I've found around the web during the past seven days: Accommodations near the national parks. How to be happy, by Buffer. Knit your very own …
The short and simple story of how I was introduced to the music of Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors.
It's a good thing I stumbled upon the article "How to Stick to a Writing Schedule" the night before the beginning of National Novel Writing Month 2014. NaNoWriMo, as it's known to enthusiasts of the written word, issues a challenge to wannabe novelists: start - and finish - that novel you've always been meaning to …
These days things are good. And busy. But mostly good.
A few new well-planned pieces might be just what I need to inject a little excitement into my fall wardrobe.
Knitters and other fiber craft enthusiasts awoke to the latest collection of knit patterns from Brooklyn Tweed, showcased in the BT Fall 14 lookbook. The new collection, described as "fisherman-inspired," is full of tightly knit, highly textured garments shaped specifically for layering, with intricately designed cable paneling
Source If you've watched The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon recently, you know he starts each show with a segment called "Thank You Notes," a tongue-in-cheek piece that pokes fun at pop culture news items of the day. Needing some way to express my enthusiasm for my most recent passion -- Outlander, a new Starz original series -- gratitude seemed …
My 605 square foot apartment--already a hovel by most standards--now feels about four times too big. At long last, I think I'm ready to go small.
Around here, summer is kind of a big deal. It's little wonder the world-famous Solstice Parade at the annual Fremont Fair attracts so many people year after year.