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One Voice~ Write RightOne Voice~ Write Right

A blog to help writers along the path of becoming efficient writers. Posts ...

 
Seattle Plumbing BlogSeattle Plumbing Blog

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Fashion's MavenFashion's Maven

A 26 year old girl trying to figure out what she wants to be when she grows...

 
Life HackerLife Hacker

Tips and tricks on maximizing your life

 
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So you want to be a travel writer, you want some tips? Okay, first of all, after teaching travel writing over many years I can tell you most people never get published – sad but true. In fact, that’s why I stopped teaching – it didn’t feel ri...

And just like that, the next generation is here. The Xbox Series X and its smaller, more affordable sibling, the Xbox Series S, are available (well, to those who were quick enough on the draw to nab preorders). If you’re coming over from the Xbox O...

Mark the Braider shows how to lash poles at a right angle with the Japanese square lash.

PlayStation 4 owners know the pain. You unbox your new console, you plug it into your TV, you go to turn it on, and, wait, where’s the power button? The PlayStation 5’s power button isn’t quite as obscure, but it’s not much better. See above...

Pomodoro fans and people who need encouragement sticking to a task might benefit from this nifty 60-minute timer. Just turn the dial to the desired amount of time, and you get a slowly-shrinking red-colored pie wedge that shows how much time you have...

Over at Root Simple, Mr Homegrown writes about how he deals with pantry moth infestations. The solution is straightforward, though tedious to implement: seal everything pantry moths like to eat in airtight containers. According to geniuses at UC D...

In her 28 years, author Polina Marinova says she's learned one key thing: It's better to be interesting than perfect.