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I came late to the BSG show. We just started watching last month. It was awesome to zip through all the episodes. I found a great site online that discusses all the episodes in great detail. Battlestar Wiki. After each ep I would read the summary which had notes and analyses and information that filled in a ton of details. Galen ended up in Scotland according to the series creator guy. Here is a link to the analysis of the finale if you're...
Service based means I sell a service through my blog. I make no money on advertising, products, or affiliate programs. I write articles to educate and inspire, but in the process I am hoping people will sign up for my service. Even though only a small fraction of my visitors will utilize my service, that's fine with me. more than pays for itself. But my husband, who sells no services, is able to make way more than I do by doing advertising, joint venture deals,...
I am a blogger and my husband is a well known blogger with 2.4 million visitors per month to his blog (Steve Pavlina). Here is what he has told me and also written in his articles for other bloggers. 1. Content. Are you writing for yourself or for others? A lot of people just blog about their lives. Unless you're a celebrity, who cares right? write content that helps others. They will refer their friends and come back often. 2. Submit your articles to blog...
I've written two non-fiction books and my husband wrote a non-fiction book for Hay House that was recently published. We had two very different approaches. He used Ann McIndoo's process where you put sticky notes up on a big wall. The first row is your chapter headers and then underneath each chapter header you put your main concepts, and then under that you put your details. Like an outline. Everytime he wanted to work on a chapter, he would pull down the sticky...
I'm a fraternal twin and me and my sister had a very special bond. Much like you're describing. We even shared the same imaginary friend. I always felt liek a part of me was missing if she stayed home sick from school. It was hard for me to function without her by my side. Not saying it was healthy, but that's how it was.
Jennifer Cornbleet's book Raw Food Made Easy contains all normal ingredients and isn't full of gourmet foods.
Check out Dr. Neal Barnard's book REversing Diabetes. It's the vegan approach to curing/reversing diabetes. Lots of support on his forums too.
Last I heard it was on the bubble and my not be picked up. I like the show. I was surprised I liked it. I like the characters and I like the mystery. I hope the show makes it. I was loving Journeyman when it got cancelled and this reminds me of it a bit, so I hope they don't cancel this one too. I agree I wish it wasn't in NY. Very over done.
Sometimes when I make a veggie stew the veggies are all lovely and tender and fully cooked but there is still a lot of water in the pot. What do you do? Should I just take it out and strain it? Or would that lose all the spices in the water? Is there a way to cook off the water quickly? Should I remove the cover?
That's an interesting take, but I have a slightly different point of view. First I definitely think you shouldn't bother them when they are obviously doing something personal and involved. But I love it when people recognize me (from my blog and the work I do) and come up to me to say hello and that they are fans of me and my husband. I absolutely love meeting my fans. But I know what you mean. I was told recently that Sonia Choquette was in the bathroom one time...
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