Category Archives: Writing Prompts

You Are What You Eat (Mouths Wide Shut)

It’s literally true – you are what you eat.  It’s a shame that so much of what we eat is garbage. This is an area of great fascination to me.  Eating healthy isn’t very difficult to understand, although it can … Continue reading

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Spoiled (No Excess)

“Perhaps too much of everything is as bad as too little.” – Edna Ferber Or perhaps too much of anything is bad, period.  Too much food, too much comfort, too much adoration, too much money…the list is basically endless.  Moderation … Continue reading

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Care Enough to Criticize (Handle with Care)

I work in a profession which requires me to daily review and critique my colleague’s work for a variety of reasons.  My coworkers review my work as well.  Since I deal with this issue every single day, I’ve had to … Continue reading

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Winter’s Prequel (Autumn Leaves)

I love autumn, actually.  The weather’s cooler but not cold so you can still have the windows open.  The farmer’s market is full of fresh food including a few favorites, like apples and pumpkin.  School is back in session, so … Continue reading

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I Talk Too Much (Brevity Pulls)

There’s a lot to be said for keeping it brief.  It’s a shame that’s never been my style.  Get me taking about something I’m passionate about, and I’ll talk your ear off until you beg me to stop.  And then … Continue reading

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