Poverty, I realized, wasn’t only a lack of financial resources; it was isolation...– How social networks & location influence relative poverty via
To have a blog is to have some portion of your brain assigned to monitoring your...– — Jake Lodwick, announcing the end of his blog. via
I don't think we'll be moving back to Vancouver...
I would LOVE to move back to Vancouver but the cost of living there, even renting (purchasing would be insane for where we are at in our lives right now) is just nuts: The cost of living in Vancouver is heavily influenced by the housing market. Vancouver is the most expensive city in Canada when it comes to housing. The average price in the greater Vancouver area of a home was $593,767 in 2008....
I’m a proponent of wasting time when it feeds a greater purpose– Erin Doland | Unclutterer
Steve Martin noted that the key to becoming really good at something (so good...– from lifehacker
"Does blogging grow your joy?"
Does blogging grow your joy? Not just does it bring you occasional joy, but does it grow your joy? Does it give or take away your peace, your sense of contentment and your view of yourself? Does it remind you that you are part of a community larger than yourself? Does it inspire you to greater action, greater love, greater contemplation? Great questions to think about in these...
My Mom’s on Facebook? →
Surprised, really surprised, to find out that the average age of facebook users is 38. Curious who the people polled were, how many respondents, etc.