It was an okay week. Hubby worked a ton, which we needed. Got my first ever Smashwords payment (that may have been last week). Did a ton of work with How to Think Sideways course from Holly Lisle. Castle was AWSOME!! Hubby got dizzy with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, and which really has no treatment, but this weird thing called the Epley maneuver, which has a high success rate.
And I painted the wall behind the computer desk olive brown. Looks awesome, except for the white showing through the bits I missed, it’s a textured wall. Pictures later. Eventually.
Hope everyone had a good week. Sorry to everyone who had awesome posts that I couldn’t include or missed.
Things you must know: how to make fruity cocktails.http://bit.ly/LuOKDH
What is the experience that your creative genius is giving people? That’s your real business. http://huff.to/LuNMaw
Guilty Pleasures: 1Bruce1 http://wp.me/p5HGG-Mj
Best mentor ever? You be the judge. http://bit.ly/LuJHD8 At least there’s a moral at the end of the story.
Ready to make it big? http://bit.ly/LuHZBz via the receiving project.
Make a cotton tea bag. http://bit.ly/LuHiIs
Season finale that disappoints. http://bit.ly/LuG6Fd
8 steps for an emotionally healthy family. http://bit.ly/LuQ7lz
It must be a blog post if it’s posted on a blog. http://bit.ly/JebvL6 I want to whine about blogging way more than this post does.
Okay, I Got Nuthin http://wp.me/p1LbTM-oZ
Revising to make old stories new. http://bit.ly/Jdzp9P
What hasn’t Sears sold over the years? Addiction cures, and early “powered” butter churns. via
8 reasons not to quit social media when you are burned out.http://bit.ly/JPB3eK
25 fresh blogging tips for everybody. http://bit.ly/IAmnlz
7 ways to gain more confidence in your creative work.http://bit.ly/JtkIyj
I know from swapping crits with
@LaraValentine1 this book is hot. i needed a cold shower.
Home made mod-podge. http://bit.ly/IW1xPe
Rich people suck http://wp.me/p5HGG-Mw
$1000 kitchen reno. http://bit.ly/IZ11CY Labeled unbelievable, but we did our kitchen for a few hundred at our previous house.
When should you trust your gut? http://bit.ly/IxUidA