Question of the Day: Where Do You Draw the Privacy Lines on Your Blog?

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Privacy is a hot topic among bloggers, especially those who blog about their families, and it's a fine line between sharing enough to be genuine and real and sharing so much that your friends and family are hurt, embarrassed or upset about it. Today I'm wondering... Where do you draw the privacy lines on your…

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Question of the Day: What’s Holding You Back from Your Dreams?

With the launch of my new ebook this week, I've been thinking a lot about the things that hold us back from pursuing our dreams -- fear, laziness, guilt, etc. I really believe that pursuing your dreams, no matter how crazy or far-fetched they may seem, is an important part of living a full life. Notice…

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Question of the Day: Can Your Kids Be Whatever They Want to Be?

It seems like there are two different approaches to this question. This first camp says that our culture is becoming increasingly child-centered (which I agree with), and that encouraging kids to reach for their dreams and telling them that they can be whatever they want to be just feeds into that and is simply not…

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Question of the Day: How Do You Refresh Your Home for Spring?

I don't know about you, but I have been anxiously awaiting spring since about mid-November. Now that it's here, we're opening the windows to let fresh air in whenever the temperature peeks above 50 degrees, and we've been busy spring cleaning and decluttering. All I need now are some fresh tulips for the kitchen! I…

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Question of the Day: When Was the Last Time You Poked the Box?

I just finished reading Seth Godin's Poke the Box, the first title released through The Domino Project, founded by Seth Godin and powered by Amazon.com to try to change the way books are published and spread. The premise of this book is that it's not enough to stick with the status quo or even have…

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