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A Love List Project interview about letting what you love prompt change.

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Busy

by Kristin on February 17, 2010

in Culture, ideas & paradigms

There are good things about being busy, but the bad things seem to win.

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A small rant about our willingness to accept wealth & poverty as normal.

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A place can change you for good, and stay with you long after you leave.

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Life is much easier when you & your spouse love the same things.

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Spring cleaning: Time to face the junk we hide behind closed doors.

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As our sense of concrete community fades, will true compassion go, too?

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A home improvement project teaches us what money can’t buy.

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Photo by Colin Rose Some days are really good. The kids wake up cheerful, I have time for a shower, the sun shines, my favorite table is available at the cafe, and the ideas just flow out of me faster than I could possibly process and write them down. Sometimes I even have several days […]

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Today, my dear friend Dr. Dorie came over to cure me and my blog of what’s been ailing us. She’s not really a doctor—she’s actually a web developer and mom and generally crafty person (I’ve written about her before, mostly in the post Seder in Farmer City). But I can assure you, my blog and […]

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