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The Weekly Write-Up: All at Once

Posted 27 September, 2015 in Weekly Write-Ups / 2 Comments

The Weekly Write-Up is where I talk about what’s gone on in the past 168 hours, both on the blog and off.

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It’s My Life

Ugh, damn you fall. Fall is my favorite season, but shit, does it make me suffer! There’s my fall allergies, and I usually get a cold in September that lasts in various levels of severity until February. It’s basically the beginning of 6 months of coughing, sneezing, and wheezing. And the same week that it kicked off (this week), I had a stomach bug as well. :/ It’s a lot of sick happening at once.

And were you in an area of Pope mania? Wow. You know what Manhattan doesn’t need? Any larger than normal influx of people. Like, yes, everyone’s welcome and the city’s awesome, but where are we supposed to put you? There’s not even enough room for all the residents lol. So my commute was twice as long and the subway three times as cramped towards the end of the week. Fun times.

On the Blog(s)

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Be a Better Blogger:

For this month’s challenge, we’re writing / planning reviews – to not publish. They’ll go in a rainy day file for when you’re strapped for blog content. Failing to plan is planning to fail, and all. 😛 The goal is to, at the least, outline talking points for 3 different book reviews. Of course, you could also draft or fully format them.

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So, how was your week?

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