You read an article about how easy it is to organize your life when you prioritize. You’re inspired, so you sit down to brain about your daily tasks and make a plan to accomplish more each day. Yeah! Then you realize the laundry is still in the washer, your life isn’t that simple, and you’re getting a headache. So, you abandon the braining and return to Netflix, because Downton Abbey. Oh wait, that’s me.

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I am a writer.

That sentence is difficult to say because I always try to qualify it with something like, “I want to be a writer.” I’ve been writing since I learned how to put pen to paper. You can ask my mother; she still has all the stories I left around the house for her to find when I was little. I wrote for school assignments, I wrote between classes, I wrote during the summer, I wrote for fun. And then I stopped.

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New Digs.

Heather and I have lived, loved, and (occasionally) worked along side one another for many years now. In one of those semi-spur-of-the-moment outbursts I’m prone to, after an otherwise innocent comment by her about a minor dissatisfaction with her blog at The Spotted Cat, she woke up Saturday morning to find that I’d spent the night before

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New Skills

Welcome to our new digs! Brian and I have decided to put our verbings together into one repository. We did this for several reasons: It’s fun. We’re a package deal and always have been, so this makes a twisted sort of sense. We enjoy skill development. This project is mostly about Item 3. Brian has

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Missing Posts

I don’t know what happened at Blogger HQ over the last while, but my old blog disappeared. It’s a bit of a shame since a lot of that was content I’d written and never posted anywhere else, but it was probably pretty self-indulgent anyway. I re-posted the blogs I’d written over at MyFitnessPal.com over the

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Okay, confession time: I love the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles show on Nickelodeon. Brian started recording it a few months ago (because nostalgia), and I got totally sucked in. The turtles are funny and endearing, Splinter is cute and fuzzy, and the storylines are fun. The whole show is just fun. Why I really

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