If you’re like most people, you probably put off organizing your home — your closets, your drawers, your garage, etc. I’d like to encourage you to start this weekend. It may be overwhelming and you don’t know where to begin. I say, start with one closet, or one drawer. When you organize your home, your mind becomes uncluttered and you make room for new and exciting opportunities to come in! I usually need to tackle my clothing closet at least twice a year and in the last week, I’ve gone through my junk drawer and my office closet.
These photos aren’t related to the post…but I wanted to share them with you. They’re somewhat abstract…
Cleaning up your online existence is even more therapeutic! If you’re like me, your e-mails start to build up. You’ll keep e-mails thinking you’ll read them later, and before you know it, you’ve got 100…
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Last week, landscape photographer Jeff Sinon introduced the basics of composition and shared techniques on how to look for various elements in a scene. Today, he talks about scouting the best shot and deciding when a portrait or landscape works best for a photograph.
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It’s been quite a week and then some. Life is beginning to take on shades of the unstable earth it would seem. 🙂 Up and down and around and around.
Good training for the times we are in.
So, in this age of iron, it seems we are to be drenched in irony. Today is the ironical, cynical day of infamy as the Iraq occupation officially comes to a close. Yes, the contractors had shredded the fabric of the country enough that they could now leave it for the real vultures to move in. The drug peddlers, the pornographers, the snake-oil salesmen… basically the mafia.
Imagine that, you take a nation of people, sub-jugate them for 14 years with all manner of heniousness and then uni-laterally move in an bomb, rape, destroy, rip, shred, defile…..mindless violence, un-justifiable violence…. and then leave it to the wolves. Iraq. The home of…
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