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The Incredible Power of Words

Words have always fascinated and entranced me. I guess that’s why I wanted to be a writer when I was a kid, and after years spent doing other things, I finally became one — and love it. Getting paid to … Continue reading

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Swearing in Blog Posts Doesn’t Make you Look like a Rebel — It Makes You Look Trashy

Bloggers, if you use swear words in public posts — especially the f-word, c-word, or g-d-word  —  or even “freakin’” — when we all know what you’re thinking — I beg you to reconsider. Someday, I think you’ll be sorry you chose … Continue reading

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The Great Adventure: Writing My First Book

A little over 20 years ago when my son was a toddler, I had a brainstorm: write a book about great places to take kids in the area. I was an at-home mom, no product like that existed locally and … Continue reading

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10 Reasons to Keep a Sentence-a-Day Five Year Journal

Many of us kept diaries as teenagers and enjoy looking back on our record of the things we did and the friends we had — and laughing about how we’ve changed. Today, our lives are busy and there’s no time to indulge … Continue reading

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