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  • CELONA'S BLOG (254)
    Bio: SENSITIVE TO MOTHER NATURE AND RESPONSIVE TO HER PLEAS TO EXPOSING HER BEAUTY MORE THAN HER WRONG TUNES ....MAKING YOUR MOTIVATION RUN WILD WITH RAGE.. BRINGING BACK WORLD PEACE AND A VERY FEW 'IMPOSSIBLE' FEAT.
  • Chris Martin Writes (200)
    My main passion is to write blog posts and stories that point people to Christ. If you’ve followed my blog for any period of time, you know how much I love people. I believe we are on this planet to love. It’s the reason we’re alive. I am able to do that through my writing.
  • christine.ity. (230)
    navigating complexity -
    I lust over pretty bed linens, ceramics and crockery. I live a life of routine peppered with regular doses of the aberrant and adventure. I use words intentionally; I start sentences with “but”. Legitimate postage stamp user. I curate some of the photographs I take at The Amateur Eye. If you wish to read my thoughts before 2018, you’re welcome to explore By My Two Feet.
  • chunk of choc (215)
    mama, treasure hunter, whistler, paper folder, pescatarian, shopping list collector, photographer, cake maker and spelling mistake catcher who lives near the River Thames in England....
  • Cloak Unfurled (168)
    Life is a journey. Let us meet at the intersection and share a story.
    ---I thought I had filled this part out, but apparently I haven’t. All these people have been wondering what I’m all about. What’s my deal? Who is this guy? And why should I believe anything he has to say? For that I can think of no good arguments as to why you would, but I hope you visit my blog anyway.

    I am a Canadian. I am biracial. I live in the U.S. I am a professor of atmospheric and earth science. I am an atheist, a humanist, and I love having discussions about the common experiences we all share in life. I love to learn, I love to grow. The power of the internet can sometimes feel like a double-edged sword but I believe it to be ultimately a powerful tool that can allow us to see the world through the eyes of others like never before. As we all journey through life, the internet allows us to intersect with so many more paths and since we learn so much from others in our world, I believe that we can only benefit from anything that makes the world smaller and more accessible.

    So I’m putting myself out there in the internet to see who I intersect with, and where else I can possibly go.

    Pay attention to the journey folks, in case it only happens once.
  • Cowboys and Crossbones (257)
    This is a slice of the sparkly pink life from a Northern girl living in a Southern world. I call Nashville, TN home and live with my main feline squeeze, Teddy.
  • cyberperkblog (201)
    The Idiocies of a Hippy Dingbat
  • D A R L I N G (210)
    ~ The musings and observations of a 30 year-old woman, fighting for her femininity in an overtly feminist society.
  • debaucherysoup (182)
    From serious interviews and social commentary to humorous everyday ‘happenings’.

    I’m sharing my life – as much as I can.

    This blog is my outlet, my online journal, my writing improvement class, my opportunity to share my photos, thoughts, growth and to interact with others. Most importantly, this is my ‘thing’ that is mine.
  • decluttering my life (172)
    how to get rid of the excess thoughts
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    While striving to close a chapter in my life at the age of 34, I have started to clean out the remnants of my past. This is neither another manual how to declutter overpacked make-up bags nor a don’t-worry-be-happy site. What is then?

    During this process I have run across some rather weird ideas about possession and self-justification. I have chosen this way of reflection to discuss my concerns about the opportunity costs of donation or the arrogance of humankind.

    My overall disappointment is leading me towards minimalism. May it be the remedy?