Monthly Archives: April 2013

Group Think — It Doesn’t Necessarily Involve Thinking at All

I’m a knitter. This is a fairly solitary occupation, in that you don’t need to be part of a team to do it, and it’s fairly doable to get good at this without classes, seminars, workbooks, DVDs, and weekly meetings. … Continue reading

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In 32 Seconds Your Life Can Change

Multi-tasking isn’t such a big deal. Women have been doing it since Eve. American women have finessed it to an art form. American women with children have attained the pinnacle of its supremacy. Most of this multi-tasking is mental, in … Continue reading

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April Fools — the “Holiday” We Can Do without

From Start Your Week with Steve, the free weekly e-mail newsletter of Steve Henderson Fine Art — “Thanks to Carolyn, who celebrates every holiday whether it’s on the calendar or not, I’m a more festive person than I was when we married … Continue reading

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