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I do get books and if they aren’t keepers, trade them into the used bookstore. The library is really out of the question as the one closest to our home is tiny and it typically takes two years to get new releases.
I’m a person who likes to hold paper in my hand and read. I still have a subscription to the local newspaper because I like to sit on the sofa and read with my coffee before coming over to the studio and reading further online.
That’s the reason I resisted getting an e-reader.
But I was wrong. I love, love, love my Kindle!
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About a year and half ago I wrote about The Law of Attraction, which is basically the power to draw things into our lives.
I do believe in the power to draw good things we want into our lives. It’s not magic, but is based on a combination of science, a good plan and the ability to know when to jump onto opportunity.
It also means we can watch the lightening bugs.
Yep, in Kansas City where Dale and I grew up and here in Arkansas, they are lightening bugs, not fireflies.
The other day, Debra Jordon made a comment on the Reducing Stress post on Living Large. Debra lives in a 320-square foot cabin with her husband and son (and I’m assuming at least one cat, since it is in the video).
Debra shot a video of her home for Fair Companies and the video went viral on YouTube, generating over 1.1 million hits at last count.
When Debra posted on Living Large, she was concerned about the plethora of negative comments at YouTube.
I had written about this type of reaction from people early on Living Large. I think what Debra and her family are experiencing is a combination of the phenomena of people feeling the need to judge other’s lifestyle and cyber bullying.