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Hamster Ball by Jordan L Hawk from WANA Commons Welcome to Thoughty Thursday! This is the day of the week that y’all get to be privy to whatever thoughts are kicking around in my brain. Today I’m thinking about work-life … Continue reading
Photo from SriKumar.com Welcome to Life List Friday here at More Cowbell! It’s going to be a day of inspiring posts for y’all. Life Lists just kind of work that way… What? You’ve never heard of a “life list?” Click … Continue reading
NaNoWriMo is my birthday present to myself each year. Every year, I love it. And every year, I hate it…there’s just simply too much to do in that one tiny little month. Even without my birthday falling at the beginning … Continue reading
Wednesday is always kind of a draggin-my-ass-around day here at More Cowbell. After working 20-25 hours on Monday and Tuesday, it’s a stretch to muster any energy for Hump Day. However, if any of you read yesterday’s post, 5 Great … Continue reading
There was another Chocolate Fest at Chez Hansen this weekend, though we restrained ourselves a little. (I know you find that hard to believe, especially if you read about the first Chocolate Philosophy Discovery Session.) I’m finding it harder and … Continue reading
Several days ago, I was reminded again of the fleeting kaleidoscope of time. Trips to the ER nearly always bring out the humble in a person, at least they do for me. That worry led me to reassess my goals … Continue reading