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Better Coffee At Home – Dear Coffee, I Love You.

Hello world. I know that it’s been a while. I’m still alive, still drinking coffee and incessantly thinking about how much I love it. I’m sorry that I’ve been so absent, leaving this little space on the Internet idle and unloved. But this last year hasn’t been wasted. All of …

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» and this whole time. by Lindsey M. Brummerhop Short stories, flash fiction and creative writing online.

there’s something so focused about the sound of a piano key.structured, but melodic. accurate Content continues after advertisement yet soothing, somehow. “well, what kind of things make you feel better, Alice?” she looks up for a moment, pondering this honestly.“semi colons and the word simultaneously.” aliteration. “Aliteration, Alice?” absolutely. it …

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Deprogramming Caution

Assuming you have a non-writing professional background, have you ever blamed it for those moments in the writing life when your courage deserts you? If not, perhaps you should reconsider.* The topic I want to noodle on today is one sparked by an online article I read some years ago …

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How I built a $500 farmhouse table for under $90

My wife and I had the same dinner table since we first got married: a tiny, light-weight Ikea number that included four chairs for under $150. Just married and living in a townhouse with a dog, it was all we needed. And it was the right price: under $200 for …

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9 secrets to container gardening

Pots make gardening seem easy, but there’s still plenty that can go wrong. Certified organic grower Tom Yost shares his nine tips for planting in pots this spring. 1. New soil After a year or two of housing flowers or vegetables, the soil in your container garden will be depleted …

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