An emerging trend, it would seem, is that unfortunate follow-on to the bridal registry: the divorce registry.
Shared for the post title alone, with, of course, the caveat that this is not my situation. Making the Best of an Ugly Wife
[ Between two worlds ] While the Exploring Religious America Survey of 2002 reports that over 84 percent of Americans consider the Bible to be “very” or “somewhat important” in helping them make decisions in life, recent Gallup polls tell us that only half can name even one of the four Gospels, only a third […]
Book: Me Talk Pretty One Day Popular writer David Sedaris (we actually went to see him at the State Theatre a couple of weeks ago) put together this New York Times bestseller; it’s a range of short essays, based on observations from his life and childhood, and – in the second half – from his […]
A well-annotated diagram describing the evolution of the book
Some diagrams to help you think beyond “we need to be on the latest social media site” to having an objective, and reaching that objective.
Aroma coffee. 1/47 Cooper St, Surry Hills. 9699 3193. High ceiling with a glass wall at the frot makes this a well lit space, with searing for 31 indoor and out including a big table that seats 8. There’s an emphasis on sandwich making ok the menu, but the small kitchen at the back has […]
Ken Burgin has another insightful blog post detailing lessons you can learn from other cafe operators.
Web Worker Daily chronicles one author’s journey toward maintaining Inbox Zero – having the kind of workflow where all your email has been dealt with.
In the first part of the story of a sermon I preached I talked about the initial preparation stages, moving into Microsoft Word. It’s at this point that the sermon writing begins in earnest. The first word document I was working on is mostly a list of bible verses, in the order of the outline, […]