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Life Blog Sayings By Rod Paddock: You can read books, blog posts, magazine articles (keep reading CODE Magazine, please), and watch You can read books, blog posts, magazine articles (keep reading CODE Magazine, please), and watch training videos, and yet still not understand the impact of a technology in your development life. It's not until you build an application (large or small) using a particular tool, technique or technology that you will really get it. — Rod Paddock
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Life Blog Sayings By Donato DiCristino: I make so many plans but fail at follow-through. Gemini mind once a mat for I make so many plans but fail at follow-through. Gemini mind once a mat for you to wipe your feet. I'd beg for it. I'd plead 'Here! I'm here waiting for you to be the one. Take my heart, my life, my air: rip them to shreds and hand them back.No need to worry. I have enough superglue and tears to keep me busy for months ... — Donato DiCristino
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Life Blog Sayings By Lauren Dane: Reading, like other types of art appreciation, is intensely personal. So what appeals to people Reading, like other types of art appreciation, is intensely personal. So what appeals to people is going to depend on who they are. It depends on what is happening in their life at any given moment. On what has happened to them over the course of their personal history and what makes them feel any number of things. The value of art, when it comes to being appreciated by the beholder makes the person consuming it part of that process. Failing to appreciate that integral part of the process is done at your own peril.
[*Pulls Ranty Pants Up* In Which Lauren Dane Discusses Art, Publishing, Trash and Writing What you Want, Blog Post, May 16, 2013] — Lauren Dane
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Life Blog Sayings By Darren Shan: We all make basic assumptions about things in life, but sometimes those assumptions are WRONG. We all make basic assumptions about things in life, but sometimes those assumptions are WRONG. We must never trust in what we assume, only in what we KNOW. — Darren Shan
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Life Blog Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: "...What about my life? My blog?" Okay, my blog was seriously the least of my "...What about my life? My blog?" Okay, my blog was seriously the least of my worries, but dammit, it was important to me. — Jennifer L. Armentrout
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Life Blog Sayings By Terri Windling: New York always feels more like my hometown than the places where I actually grew New York always feels more like my hometown than the places where I actually grew up (which weren't far from New York), perhaps because I did my artistic "growing up" while working in this crazy, wonderful city back in my twenties. Although I love the quieter, slower, nature-rich life I live now in the sheep-dotted hills of Devon, there are ways in which I still feel more truly myself here in New York, more than anywhere else. Even after all this time in the desert and on Dartmoor. Strange, isn't it? — Terri Windling
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Life Blog Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: I recently read a fabulous blog by a writer named Mark Manson, who said that I recently read a fabulous blog by a writer named Mark Manson, who said that the secret to finding your purpose in life is to answer this question in total honesty: What's your favorite flavor of shit sandwich? — Elizabeth Gilbert
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Life Blog Sayings By Aberjhani: A world without poetry and art would be too much like one without birds or A world without poetry and art would be too much like one without birds or flowers: bearable but a lot less enjoyable. — Aberjhani
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Life Blog Sayings By Andy Behrman: Like Sylvia Plath, Natalie Jeanne Champagne invites you so close to the pain and agony Like Sylvia Plath, Natalie Jeanne Champagne invites you so close to the pain and agony of her life of mental illness and addiction, which leaves you gasping from shock and laughing moments later: this is both the beauty and unique nature of her storytelling. With brilliance and courage, the author's brave and candid chronicle travels where no other memoir about mental illness and addiction has gone before. The Third Sunrise is an incredible triumph and Natalie Jeanne Champagne is without a doubt the most important new voice in this genre. — Andy Behrman
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Life Blog Sayings By Dieter F. Uchtdorf: We need to accept that the commandments of God aren't just a long list of We need to accept that the commandments of God aren't just a long list of good ideas. They aren't 'life hacks' from an Internet blog or motivational quotes from a Pinterest board. — Dieter F. Uchtdorf
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Life Blog Sayings By Adam Johnson: She lives in the apartment complex next door and has two daughters, a music blog She lives in the apartment complex next door and has two daughters, a music blog and a committed relationship with alcohol. — Adam Johnson
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Life Blog Sayings By David Chiles: Ignore errors in updates because you never know the context in real life, mobile or Ignore errors in updates because you never know the context in real life, mobile or otherwise. — David Chiles
Life Blog Sayings By Guy Kawasaki: You can extend the life of your most popular blog posts by turning them into You can extend the life of your most popular blog posts by turning them into SlideShare presentations. Peg — Guy Kawasaki
Life Blog Sayings By Michelle Phan: I had a blog and was documenting my life as a college student in an I had a blog and was documenting my life as a college student in an art school. I had a few comments left by a few girls asking if I could do a tutorial on how I did my makeup. I didn't think my makeup was all that special, but I try my best to share whatever I can with my viewers. — Michelle Phan
Life Blog Sayings By Cora Carmack: It's the simple things in life that comprise the difference between existing and living. (from It's the simple things in life that comprise the difference between existing and living.
(from blog post on October 26, 2013, original content) — Cora Carmack
Life Blog Sayings By David Chiles: Please, do not take the internet literally because it is data. Life happens. Thank you. Please, do not take the internet literally because it is data. Life happens. Thank you. — David Chiles
Life Blog Sayings By Lemn Sissay: I have spent most of my adult life proving that I existed. A blog is I have spent most of my adult life proving that I existed. A blog is an accessible way of doing this - there is a date and place in cyberspace that I existed a year ago, to the day, and the proof is still there. — Lemn Sissay
Life Blog Sayings By Rachel Renee Russell: You are friendly and outgoing, and you love people. You will most enjoy writing a You are friendly and outgoing, and you love people. You will most enjoy writing a blog. Select a fab online ID and share your exciting, DIVALICIOUS life with your friends. — Rachel Renee Russell
Life Blog Sayings By Peggy Barnes: Memoirists collect experiences in an attempt to capture the fluttery thing we call life.---from Blog-"Readers, Memoirists collect experiences in an attempt to capture the fluttery thing we call life.
---from Blog-"Readers, Writers and Pumpkin Pie — Peggy Barnes
Life Blog Sayings By Allison Burnett: Most blogs are just some boring chick telling you everything you never wanted to know Most blogs are just some boring chick telling you everything you never wanted to know about her stupid life. Every single day she tells you more boring details until you just want to write to her and say, 'Yo, bitch, when something actually happens, let me know! — Allison Burnett
Life Blog Sayings By Gretchen Rubin: Step by step, you make your way forward. That's why practices such as daily writing Step by step, you make your way forward. That's why practices such as daily writing exercises or keeping a daily blog can be so helpful. You see yourself do the work, which shows you that you can do the work. Progress is reassuring and inspiring; panic and then despair set in when you find yourself getting nothing done day after day. One of the painful ironies of work life is that the anxiety of procrastination often makes people even less likely to buckle down in the future. — Gretchen Rubin
Life Blog Sayings By Theodora Goss: I think there is a certain age, for women, when you become fearless. It may I think there is a certain age, for women, when you become fearless. It may be a different age for every woman, I don't know. It's not that you stop fearing things: I'm still afraid of heights, for example. Or rather, of falling - heights aren't the problem. But you stop fearing life itself. It's when you become fearless in that way that you decide to live.
Perhaps it's when you come to the realization that the point of life isn't to be rich, or secure, or even to be loved - to be any of the things that people usually think is the point. The point of life is to live as deeply as possible, to experience fully. And that can be done in so many ways."
(From her blog post "Fearless Women") — Theodora Goss
Life Blog Sayings By Amal El-Mohtar: We have, each of us, a story that is uniquely ours, a narrative arc that We have, each of us, a story that is uniquely ours, a narrative arc that we can walk with purpose once we figure out what it is. It's the opposite to living our lives episodically, where each day is only tangentially connected to the next, where we are ourselves the only constants linking yesterday to tomorrow. There is nothing wrong with that, and I don't want to imply that there is by saying how much this shocked me
just that it felt so suddenly, painfully right to think that I have tapped into my Long Tale, that I have set my feet on the path I want to walk the rest of my life, and that it is a path of stories and writing and that no matter how many oceans I cross or how transient I feel in any given place, I am still on my Tale's Road, because having tapped it, having found it, the following is inevitable ... — Amal El-Mohtar
Life Blog Sayings By Jeremy Denk: It's long been my dream to have myself declared incompetent so I could just practice It's long been my dream to have myself declared incompetent so I could just practice all day, and blog, and not have to take care of any normal life things. — Jeremy Denk
Life Blog Sayings By Mena Grabowski Trott: When I started my blog, it was really this one goal - I said, 'I When I started my blog, it was really this one goal - I said, 'I am not going to be famous to the world, but I could be famous to people on the Internet.' And I set a goal. I said, 'I'm going to win an award,' because I had never won an award in my entire life. — Mena Grabowski Trott
Life Blog Sayings By Diana Rose Morcilla: Random thoughts that fly away. Where words has no place to stay. Let it be Random thoughts that fly away.
Where words has no place to stay.
Let it be right where they are.
Let the work of art preserve its life. — Diana Rose Morcilla
Life Blog Sayings By Stephanie Nielson: I finished the [blog] post reflecting on the fact that, despite all the changes in I finished the [blog] post reflecting on the fact that, despite all the changes in my life, maybe I wasn't so different after all. If I typed it, maybe I could believe it, too. — Stephanie Nielson
Life Blog Sayings By Patrick Rothfuss: The truth is that the world is full of dragons, and none of us are The truth is that the world is full of dragons, and none of us are as powerful or cool as we'd like to be. And that sucks. But when you're confronted with that fact, you can either crawl into a hole and quit, or you can get out there, take off your shoes, and Bilbo it up. — Patrick Rothfuss
Life Blog Sayings By Keith Donohue: In setting down these recollections of my early years so far removed from their unfolding, In setting down these recollections of my early years so far removed from their unfolding, I am fooled, as all are, by time itself. My parents, long gone from my world, live again. Memory, which so confounds our waking life with anticipation and regret, may well be our one true earthly consolation when time slips out of joint." Chapter 6, The Stolen Child by Keith Donohue

"Assembled in a small circle, our faces glowed in the flickering light of the campfire, signs of anxious weariness in our tired eyes, but the meal would prove revitalizing. As the fire burnt down and our bellies filled, a calm complacency settled upon us, like a blanket drawn around our shoulders by absent mothers." Chapter 20, The Stolen Child by Keith Donohue — Keith Donohue
Life Blog Sayings By Ben Lerner: Your interviews or blog posts or whatever are less supplements to your novel than part Your interviews or blog posts or whatever are less supplements to your novel than part of it. I'm not private, but I believe in literary form - I'll use my life as material for art (I don't know how not to do this) and I'll use art as a way of exploring that passage of life into art and vice versa, but that's not the same thing as thinking that any of the details of my life are interesting or relevant on their own. — Ben Lerner
Life Blog Sayings By Nenia Campbell: I was cyber-bullied before all those Myspace-related suicides, so my school principal wasn't really impressed I was cyber-bullied before all those Myspace-related suicides, so my school principal wasn't really impressed when my mom complained about what was happening to me on my Xanga blog and on AIM chat.
"Get your life sorted out, you fucking scitzo [sic] dyke tranny bitch," one comment might say.
Another comment would say something like, "I know she's reading this, she's so pathetic."
And, perhaps most frightening of all: "I'm going to fuck you up until your mother bleeds. — Nenia Campbell
Life Blog Sayings By Chuck Palahniuk: Writing an honest blog is how you unlive your life. Writing an honest blog is how you unlive your life. — Chuck Palahniuk
Life Blog Sayings By David Dark: To make sense of plastic on the mind and to develop a resistance to the To make sense of plastic on the mind and to develop a resistance to the perverse patterns that will otherwise run our world for us, I believe an activity of this sort - by way of a blog, an especially redemptive conversation with a coworker, a water coloring or a playlist - is absolutely crucial. It can be done. And when we do it, we begin to see things we didn't know. We have to try to make sense. We have to make time for artful analysis, which is the way we clear a space for the possibility of sanity. It is an outlet for honesty. — David Dark
Life Blog Sayings By Robert Galbraith: Why do people do this?''Blog, you mean? I don't know ... didn't someone once say Why do people do this?'
'Blog, you mean? I don't know ... didn't someone once say the unexamined life isn't worth living?'
'Yeah, Plato,' said Strike, 'but this isn't examining a life, it's exhibiting it. — Robert Galbraith
Life Blog Sayings By Craig D. Lounsbrough: To find one's purpose is to discover one's worth, discern one's direction, wholly dedicate oneself To find one's purpose is to discover one's worth, discern one's direction, wholly dedicate oneself to the journey, and forge an unbending determination that I will not leave the world the way I found it. This week's blog outlines the finding of our purpose. — Craig D. Lounsbrough
Life Blog Sayings By John Scalzi: 1. Everyone is entitled to their opinion about the things they read (or watch, or 1. Everyone is entitled to their opinion about the things they read (or watch, or listen to, or taste, or whatever). They're also entitled to express them online.
2. Sometimes those opinions will be ones you don't like.
3. Sometimes those opinions won't be very nice.
4. The people expressing those may be (but are not always) assholes.
5. However, if your solution to this "problem" is to vex, annoy, threaten or harrass them, you are almost certainly a bigger asshole.
6. You may also be twelve.
7. You are not responsible for anyone else's actions or karma, but you are responsible for your own.
8. So leave them alone and go about your own life."
[Bad Reviews: I Can Handle Them, and So Should You (Blog post, July 17, 2012)] — John Scalzi
Life Blog Sayings By Patrick Rothfuss: I have a blog where I keep in touch with my fans. I write about I have a blog where I keep in touch with my fans. I write about things that are important to me. Sometimes on there I'll just tell a little story about the things that happen in my everyday life. People seem to enjoy them well enough. — Patrick Rothfuss
Life Blog Sayings By Jason Mulgrew: The book is not a cut-and-paste job. Yeah, I have a blog, but the material The book is not a cut-and-paste job. Yeah, I have a blog, but the material in the book is all new. The blog deals with my life now, whereas as the book starts a few years before my birth until right about the end of junior high. And yes, I am contractually obliged to mention this as much as possible (each time I do, HarperCollins sends me a free pizza). — Jason Mulgrew
Life Blog Sayings By Meg Cabot: Read and write all the time. Never stop sending out your stuff. If you're constantly Read and write all the time. Never stop sending out your stuff. If you're constantly writing and sending stuff out, eventually someone will bite. — Meg Cabot
Life Blog Sayings By Diana Rose Morcilla: My life is never perfect, but life is always a beautiful thing. I choose to My life is never perfect, but life is always a beautiful thing. I choose to see the beauty out of it. I choose to make it wonderful. I choose to love life and it loves me back in return. I may only have one life to live, but if I do it right, once is enough. — Diana Rose Morcilla
Life Blog Sayings By Crystal Evans: I am yet to find one reliable friend in this crowd of shifting strangers. I I am yet to find one reliable friend in this crowd of shifting strangers. I have no true friends only mimicries, users and loopers. People popping in and out, keeping tabs on my life, not adding much credence to my existence yet not abandoning my life entirely because they know that greatness lies beyond the layers of this muck. It is up to me to discover those who are worth taking on this journey towards my destiny and the ones who will only get in my way. — Crystal Evans
Life Blog Sayings By Iain Banks: I deliberately keep myself apart from a lot of stuff; I don't Tweet, I don't I deliberately keep myself apart from a lot of stuff; I don't Tweet, I don't do Facebook, I don't blog, and that's largely because I spend my working life staring at a screen and hitting a keyboard, I am trying to cut down on that, not increase it. — Iain Banks
Life Blog Sayings By Diana Rose Morcilla: So walk, or run if you can to your dreams. It doesn't matter if it's So walk, or run if you can to your dreams. It doesn't matter if it's far or near. You can pause along the way but never stop, OK? Then hug it when you finally meet it! Embrace the moment. Love it and never let it go. Hold its opportunities and kiss its lessons with full of sincerity. Remember every moment of it - specially - the journey. It is what matters most. — Diana Rose Morcilla
Life Blog Sayings By Peter Seibel: And once I realized that code I write never fucking goes away and I'm going And once I realized that code I write never fucking goes away and I'm going to be a maintainer for life. I get comments about blog posts that are almost 10 years old. "Hey, I found this code. I found a bug," and I'm suddenly maintaining code. — Peter Seibel
Life Blog Sayings By John Rogers: There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old's life: The Lord of There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old's life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.
[Kung Fu Monkey
Ephemera, blog post, March 19, 2009] — John Rogers
Life Blog Sayings By Maggie Young: Your true passion in life is what you'd be doing if somebody handed you 100 Your true passion in life is what you'd be doing if somebody handed you 100 million dollars. — Maggie Young
Life Blog Sayings By Patrick Rothfuss: Now the truth is, writing is a great way to deal with a lot of Now the truth is, writing is a great way to deal with a lot of difficult emotional issues. It can be very therapeutic, but that's best done in your journal, or on your blog if you're an exhibitionist. Trying to put a bunch of *specific* stuff from your personal life into your story usually just isn't appropriate unless you're writing a memoir or a personal essay or something of the sort. — Patrick Rothfuss
Life Blog Sayings By Matt Walsh: I have never in my life encountered a religion as oppressive, cold, and stiff as I have never in my life encountered a religion as oppressive, cold, and stiff as Progressivism. I've never known a faith more eager to burn heretics at the stake. Even a fundamentalist Iranian Muslim would flinch if he came face to face with a western liberal's rigid dogmatism. I imagine that even a Saudi Arabian Islamic cleric would take one look at how American left wingers react when anyone deviates ever so slightly from their established orthodoxy, and say to himself, 'man, these people REALLY need to chill. — Matt Walsh
Life Blog Sayings By James Knight - The Philosophical Muser Blog: When it comes to the self in becoming, the greatest enrichment another person can bring When it comes to the self in becoming, the greatest enrichment another person can bring to your life is the gift of enabling you to be yourself, and the influence of helping that self reach its full potential. With this comes the freedom for that real self to grow. Whether in the form of a friend, family member or a beloved, those who will be true blessings to us are those with whom we can diminish our social affectations, cast off our fears and insecurities, break free the shackles of unnaturalness that the social world brings to bear on us, and be freed from the yoke of impressing on others the artificial selves we create for the watching world. Stay close to the ones who can help bring out all the facets of the excellent self that's inside you - for then you will delight in the freedom to shine. — James Knight - The Philosophical Muser Blog
Life Blog Sayings By Caroline Kepnes: Oh Beck, I love reading your e-mail. Learning your life. And I am careful; I Oh Beck, I love reading your e-mail. Learning your life. And I am careful; I always mark new messages unread so that you won't get alarmed. My good fortune doesn't stop there; You prefer e-mail. You don't like texting. So this means that I am not missing out on all that much communication. You wrote an "essay" for some blog in which you stated that "e-mails last forever. You can search for any word at any time and see everything you ever said to anyone about that one word. Texts go away." I love you for wanting a record. I love your records for being so accessible and I'm so full of you, your calendar of caloric intake and hookups and menstrual moments, your self-portraits you don't publish, your recipes and exercises. You will know me soon too, I promise. — Caroline Kepnes
Life Blog Sayings By Kate Christensen: My blog is a celebration of the unexpected, settled, happy life I find myself living My blog is a celebration of the unexpected, settled, happy life I find myself living in Portland, Maine, at the ripe old age of fifty with someone I deeply love and am very happy with. That's part of why I started the blog. — Kate Christensen
Life Blog Sayings By James Knight - The Philosophical Muser Blog: Before you contemplate becoming immersed in the collective, make sure you become immersed in the Before you contemplate becoming immersed in the collective, make sure you become immersed in the liberation of your own individualism. Rescue yourself from seeking refuge in group think, or from being transfixed on the false security of cooperative agendas, and first master the essence of your own individuality. Only then will you really be a valuable part of a collective. — James Knight - The Philosophical Muser Blog
Life Blog Sayings By Sarah Dessen: After all, it's all kinds of things that make up a life, right? The big, After all, it's all kinds of things that make up a life, right? The big, like falling in love and spending time with your family, and the little ... like blow drying your hair, applying concealer, and cursing those magazine inserts. It all counts. It has to. — Sarah Dessen
Life Blog Sayings By Paul Levine: I don't tweet or blog or order pizza with arugula on top. You won't find I don't tweet or blog or order pizza with arugula on top. You won't find my mug on Facebook or Instagram. I don't have a life coach, an aroma therapist, or a manicurist, and I sure as hell don't do Pilates. — Paul Levine