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Question Quotes 2 My goal was to put a question-related quote on every page of my book, 1,001 Real-Life Questions for Women – but it turns out that good, relevant quotes are more difficult to come by than you might think. … Continue reading
#559 Have you ever built something from recycled goods? Refinished/ restored something you found at a yard sale or a flea market? People seem to break into one of two categories on this topic: (1) those who prefer everything shiny … Continue reading
Questions Can Help Diffuse Our Sense of “Otherness” Was thinking the other day how interesting it is that, no matter who we are, we tend to surround ourselves with other people like us. We group ourselves by all manner of … Continue reading
#471 Do you ever eat at buffets? How often? With whom? 2006 figures put the number of cafeterias, buffets, and grill buffets in America at slightly more than 5,000. The top 7 restaurants that come up in a Google search … Continue reading
When life begins to pile on us, it’s easy to believe we’re the only one going through the trials and problems we are experiencing. It’s easy to feel all alone, like no one else on earth could possibly relate to … Continue reading
#250 Would you be more embarrassed or delighted to give a coworker a lift home in your car? According to Department of Transportation and U.S. Census Bureau figures, more than 250 million passenger vehicles are registered in the U.S., and nearly … Continue reading
Identity exists on many levels: who we are; who we think we are; who others think we are; who we think others think we are. According to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, “We often speak of one’s ‘personal identity’ as what makes one … Continue reading
#142 How organized/disorganized is your underwear drawer? A quick Google search with the term “organized underwear drawer” revealed more relevant responses than I would have imagined. My favorite was the third, a post from the 1-2-3…Get Organized blog: Time to … Continue reading
Understanding the Question Is Half the Battle Just saw this tweet: It reminded me of several pieces of advice my dad gave me repeatedly during my primary and secondary education. First, he used to admonish continually, “If you don’t know, … Continue reading