"Personal" Blogs & Blog Posts

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Lord Belmont In Northern IrelandLord Belmont In Northern Ireland

Observations and experiences from a personal perspective. Writing about a w...

 
Intellectual PoisonIntellectual Poison

Extinctifying ignorance since 2002.

 
amber dawn's non-paper journal.amber dawn's non-paper journal.

photography & personal writings and vlogs of a 30-something woman livin...

 
DeejSpeaksDeejSpeaks

DeejSpeaks is created by a teenager that likes to experiment everything aro...

 
TraygonTraygon

Personal blog of Richard Edmonds, some fantastic posts covering all topics ...

 
Simple PleasuresSimple Pleasures

Lovely, enchanting & a place of solace. Come & see!

 


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I think I have turned into a foodie. More...

No early morning wake up today.  Well, just before 8 rather than 6:30.  Hubs is still sleeping.  It’s another gloriously sunny day.  Probably muggy, though I haven’t stepped out on the back porch yet. Yesterday we went into downtown C...

It’s official.  I suck at relaxing.  I exist at such a high RPM most of the time, constantly going, constantly working, constantly doing.  There’s this voice in my head that drones on ad nauseum about all of the things that need to be...

Recently, there seems to be a series of events that went viral, which provoked introspective examination among millennials, as to whether we have a blown-up sense of entitlement. Just Google and search for Talia Jane and her viral open letter. Anyway...

Good grief. How is it two months since I last wrote on this blog? I don't even know how that happened. In other times of unexpected interludes, I've been painfully aware of my blogging absence and have been variously guilty or okay with that. Not thi...

On one of the auction sites that I lurk, I came across this fascinating auction, entitled, A Gentleman's Library: collectibles, Books, Paintings and Curiosities.And then I saw these 126 objects and sat back to imagine what kind of a library would thi...

Two weeks ago, I wrote that I had a thirst for adventure, and that I was getting antsy because I somehow wanted to get away, yet all the options for a cheap getaway were just in Europe. And the thing is, Europe somehow doesn't feel exotic enough.