I had a busy three-day weekend, mostly devoted to gardening. Today, Tuesday, my body is wrecked. There’s not a gym workout in the world that compares to getting potatoes planted. I started the weekend with a trip to the annual Swamp Supper a few miles down the road. It’s an … Continue reading →
What can be said that has not already been said about A Game of Thrones, George R.R. Martin’s opening volume of his A Song of Fire and Ice epic? The books and the television series that it has spawned have permeated American pop culture. At least half the people I … Continue reading →
Yet another weekend has gone by where I didn’t get into my tidying journey quite like I wanted to. I spent most of the weekend outdoors, getting ready for the spring season. At the end of last week, I started working on a new and improved chicken run. Over the … Continue reading →
I took the weekend off from fully following Marie Kondō’s advice on my tidying journey. I was struggling picking the right category of things to give the full KonMari treatment, but I knew I had a whole lot of junk that spanned multiple categories that just needed to be tossed. … Continue reading →
My feelings about The Well of Ascension, the second book in Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn trilogy, were hard to pin down. The vast majority of the book is a solid 4-star read. But, the final few chapters are as good as it gets in fiction. During most of the novel, I … Continue reading →
Is there a place for advanced starter themes in WordPress? Or, should the focus be on simpler starters to help theme authors learn the basics?
A review of the Modula Image Gallery WordPress plugin by Macho Themes and its pro add-ons.
Exciting stuff. Buckets and electronics cables. Right? With Marie Kondō as my tidying angel, I had major plans for the weekend’s organizational sprint toward the glory of having a perfectly tidy home. But, my body had other plans. I came down with a bit of sickness. It was nothing major–just … Continue reading →
There’s no need to let your family know the details of what you throw out or donate. I especially recommend that clients avoid showing their parents. I broke one of Marie Kondō’s rules. Now, I’m realizing why such a rule is so important. My parents have been on board with … Continue reading →