Happy Memorial Day
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Happy Memorial Day

I’m taking the day to honor our all soldiers on America’s Memorial Day. Without their sacrifice, where would we be? I tried (again–like last year) to keep the videos to just a few but couldn’t figure out which to skip. I’ll leave that up to you! Continue reading

Holiday Greetings
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Holiday Greetings

I’ll be taking time off until after the New Year–to prepare for the holidays, edit/format my website, work on writing projects with a deadline, and generally prioritize life. I may drop in on you-all as you enjoy your holidays, but mostly I’ll be regenerating. I wish you a wonderful season, safe and filled with family. … Continue reading

Time to Image and Backup Your Computer
blogs / tech tips for writers

Time to Image and Backup Your Computer

This week, I’ll post my updated suggestions for three holiday activities that will get your computers and technology ready for the blitz of writing you’ll swear to accomplish in New Year resolutions. Here’s what you’ll get (the links won’t be active until the post goes live): 12 Ways to Update Your Online Presence 17 Ways to Speed … Continue reading

11 Ways to Update Your Online Presence
blogs / tech tips for writers

11 Ways to Update Your Online Presence

This week, I’ll post my updated suggestions for three holiday activities that will get your computers and technology ready for the blitz of writing you’ll swear to accomplish in New Year resolutions. Here’s what you’ll get (the links won’t be active until the post goes live): 12 Ways to Update Your Online Presence 17 Ways to Speed … Continue reading

No Labor Day Break for Me!
Crossroads / I love the USA / Quest for Home / writing

No Labor Day Break for Me!

Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is an American holiday (though with different names throughout the world) dedicated to the achievements of American workers. Take today to think about it. Me, I’ll take it literally–labor! A keyboard, three screens, four tasks, and a six-pack of Red Bull. I’m ready! Here’s what I’m doing: Continue reading