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Here are 10 books — somewhat random — that you might find make good gifts.
Alishia writes about letting kids bake in the kitchen.
If you fail to respect your reader's time, repent and rewrite!
The best typographical practice is to use one space between sentences, as Matthew Butterick explains at his site Butterick's Practical Typography.
In Deep Work, Cal Newport discusses his practice of "productive meditation."
Alishia discusses the decision to homeschool and what homeschooling involves.
Editing can be about focusing on the good you can achieve rather than dwelling on your mistakes.
The book Writing Without Bullshit can help you produce better writing.
Hanson writes about Seth Godin's book: The Icarus Deception.
Hanson recommends the International House of Food on 9th Avenue & Van Buren.
Hanson muses on the doughnut's resurgence in Phoenix.
Zig Ziglar has you think about something you're not always conscious of, but is nonetheless in your mind: your self image.
The topic of value broken into a list of 12 items.
Hanson talks about the book How to Think Like an Entrepreneur.
Hanson quotes St. Josemaria on beginning again.
Dante and Drucker want you to worry (at least a little) about how you're spending your time.
Peter Drucker on getting the right things done, not just getting things done right.