Fiction Book Club
Read an eBook Week
EPA: Say No to Animal Testing
And more Creative Copy Challenge Fun!
That phrase, along with “Speak English or Get Out,” always grates on my nerves. I’d rather hear Gilbert Gottfried recite Beowulf (all of it) than hear this drivel come out of people’s mouths.
A new study reports that Austin may have lost up to 5% of its jobs to another country–but it has nothing to do with immigration, and quite a lot to do with our trade policies. Perhaps we should be looking closer to home when it comes to the job market blame game? Read on.
Austin Job Market
China Took Austin’s Jobs
Boston Job Market
No More Recession for Boston?
10 Things to Do This Spring
Science Kits are Literally the Bomb
Make an Affirmation Altar
I’ve written a couple more Creative Copy Challenge stories and hope that many of you will join in! It’s such a fun way to jump start your creative juices, especially when you’re feeling stuck. There are only ten word prompts and all of my stories have been super short so far:
Come join in when you get a chance!
Also, I have a new IDEA: Institute for Democratic Education in America post on the importance of play dates. You might call it yuppie helicopter-ing; I call it smart social development! Be sure to share your thoughts on play dates and child development in the comment section.
Green Voters League
Tell Congress: We Want Clean Energy
Daylight Saving Time Activities
Accounting Job Market
The Accounting Song
Albuquerque Job Market
Employment Numbers on the Rise in New Mexico
Atlanta Job Market
Unemployment Numbers Increase in Atlanta
Computers Job Market
How to Get Fired
Children’s Book Club
World Folk Tales and Fables Week
Wedding Book Club
The Everything Wedding Book
Honolulu Job Market
Honolulu Job News
South Park Talk
South Park’s 200th Episode to Premiere in April
Denver Job Market
Program Helps Homeless Vets in Denver
I’m really excited to be taking part in this writing challenge that I learned about from Anne Wayman. Every week the site owners post ten words that you use in a short story. What a fun project!
Here is the first challenge that I participated in today. The site is currently on Challenge 21, though, so I have a lot of catching up to do! I hope that you’ll decide to join in. 🙂