I’m more and more tempted to write some fiction again. It’s been years since I did that. I’m good with characters and environment, but not so good with plot. I don’t like to write about negative things, or nasty people, which is rather problematic when you need to have conflict. I know part of it […]
This weekend’s Stitching Bloggers Question: Are there other crafts that you have tried and abandoned? Why do you like stitching better? Short version: Because it’s one of the few visually-beautiful things I’ve ever been good at.
If there’s a way to auto-cross-post relevant entries from here to Thing-A-Day, I haven’t figured it out. Doing it manually feels inelegant. I don’t have a photo to post, but I got out the drawing tablet for the first time in an embarrassingly long time and worked on a cross-stitch design. It split into two […]
I know that Hope and Juliann are doing it—anybody else? Any other Blog365 participants should note that it will be a great source of blog ideas, and I know we all need those at this point.
How to Work Like DaVinci In his instant self-help classic, the international best seller How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci, Michael J. Gelb identified seven aspects of da Vinci’s genius that contemporary readers can emulate and apply in their own lives. Now, in Work Like da Vinci, Gelb adapts these principles to the specific […]