My reblog this week (and indeed my only post – things have been busy and I am quite worn down at the moment) is very, very interesting.
I tried the prediction mentioned in the article, and while it could correctly predict a lot of things it did fail on some points by a lot.
But read, ponder, and see for yourself where the world may be headed:
My first Reblog in awhile – and perhaps something I should consider, since my writing has fallen to the wayside…
My reblog this week comes from A. J. Ashworth, from her blog series ‘Writers on Rejection’. This time she had interviewed the eminent Stephen Gallagher – check out what he had to say on the subject:
Some insightful thoughts from Sean Patrick Hughes about the human psyche, the state of America and what is needed for the future:
This week I’m sharing collection of useful books, recommended by various freelancers in several different fields (including the talented illustrator and graphic designer Stefan Lindblad).
I’ve only read a handful of these, but several more look interesting – so if you are a freelancer or entrepreneur, or maybe just thinking of starting up a business, take a look here and see if there’s something for you:
73 Must-read Books for Freelancers from Freelancers
This reblog comes from Kristen Lamb and talks about something very important – especially in the current climate on social media – how to handle political discussion (and other hot topics) on social media with your personal brand in mind. It’s a long post, but well worth the read!
This week’s reblog is about a very important issue: food waste. Approximately a third of the world’s food production is thrown away and on top of the food itself this is also a waste of resources, land, packaging and manhours. Things need to change.
Why Buy Ugly? – http://wp.me/p7KTfI-4p
My reblog this week is from The Observer and speaks about Us vs Them, Love vs Hate, and the things that make us human:
How to Overcome the Hormones That Make Us Hate – http://observer.com/2016/08/how-to-overcome-the-hormones-that-make-us-hate/
Are you a man?
If so, Chuck Wendig has something he wants to you to read – something that should be self evident, that should be common sense, but that daily seems to be just the opposite.
Go on, Dear Reader – check out what he has to say:
Dear Men, It’s Time We Had a Conversation