Monthly Archives: June 2015

Hanging Out with Characters at the Fort

Hanging Out with Characters at the Fort by C.K. Thomas Fort Worden sits two miles from the Victorian downtown buildings of Port Townsend, Wash. Commissioned in 1902 as an army installation intended to protect Puget Sound, today it’s one of … Continue reading

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Save time, effort and energy – print your own USPS mailing labels

Save time, effort and energy – print your own USPS mailing labels by Rebecca Joy Here are some thoughts and suggestions on how to make life a little more efficient as an independent author/publisher. For years I’ve had a PayPal … Continue reading

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On Meditation’s Benefits for Creativity and Health

On Meditation’s Benefits for Creativity and Health by Ellen Buikema During my university years, I signed up for a yoga course to offset the physics and calculus required as part of the core curriculum for engineering. I had to balance … Continue reading

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Social media – must I, really? But I just want to write!

Social media – must I, really? But I just want to write! by Robert Scanlan Laura O. invited me to guest blog. I accepted and then pondered, What do I write about? I share a simple story, reflective of one … Continue reading

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Sailors, Boats, Teamwork, and a Charity Regatta: A Body Language Field Observation

Sailors, Boats, Teamwork, and a Charity Regatta: A Body Language Field Observation by Barbara Chatzkel People believe that they can effectively interpret body language signals only when in close proximity to the other person. They tend to ignore the very … Continue reading

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The Power of the Group: Prayers and Thoughts for Healing

The Power of the Group: Prayers and Thoughts for Healing by Laura Orsini Amanda Palmer is an expert at asking, and she has figured out how to successfully harness the Power of the Group. So much so that she waged … Continue reading

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Transcend and Include

Transcend and Include by Christine Enking Years ago I read several books by Ken Wilbur, a modern-day philosopher of sorts. One of the main themes he asserted in his writing was the idea that, in our growth and development as … Continue reading

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