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"Genius might be described as a supreme capacity for getting its possessors into trouble of all kinds." - Samuel Butler
"Genius might be described as a supreme capacity for getting its possessors into trouble of all kinds." - Samuel Butler

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Time to cull content. Which of my collections do you think you would engage with once moved to my site.

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- Coffee Break
- Tech Minded
- Tuck Me In

No Brainers absolutely going back to my blog:
What's For Dinner at the Improv Kitchen/Recipes
Drink Up!
Travel
Photography
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Tell Me Something Good
Career Advice
Book Worms
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8%
Excelsior!
24%
Tell Me Something Good
12%
Career Advice
48%
Book Worms
8%
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Good background noise. #IndianaJones #PrimeVideo

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WILL YOU LOOK AT THESE #NEBULA NOMINEES
(grandniece Brooke Bolander is in the short story category, so pardon the shouting, but science fiction writers weren't so darn young when I was a kid)

#scifi #writing #reading

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The civil rights movement was, as the SPLC reminds us, a series of events, leaders, groups, strategies and tactics, legislative acts, court cases and obstacles overcome — through decades in numerous jurisdictions — which was why Dr. King was so insistent on beginning his “Dream” speech with a reference to history. In his case, it was the history that had begun in Washington, at the Executive Mansion, with President Abraham Lincoln’s execution of the Emancipation Proclamation 100 years before King arrived at the podium. “Five score years ago, a great American, in whose symbolic shadow we stand today, signed the Emancipation Proclamation,” Dr. King reminded his listeners, only to add, “But 100 years later, the Negro still is not free.”

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As Aaron Orendorff points out in Mashable, using a specific tool like 5MJ isn’t important. What is, is intentionally devoting time in the morning to do some meaningful, mini goal-setting. And by having a record, you can see what keeps coming up and realize that maybe you haven’t been working on the things you should be after all.


Improve Your Day's Focus by Answering “What Would Make Today Great?”
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