Suggestion Saturday: September 3, 2011

Here is this week’s list of blog posts, photos, videos and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

A Story Without Words. This is exactly what the title describes. More stories should be told this way!

How to Seem Good at Everything. There is definitely some truth to this. The trick, though, is figuring out what would be a really dumb move to make ahead of time.

Glass Beach. A century ago residents of Fort Bragg, California used this beach as a dump. When the North Coast Water Safety Board began cleaning up the area in the 1960s  they discovered that the glass littering the shore was too difficult to remove. Mother nature stepped in and what was once trash now shimmers in Glass Beach.

How to be Around People When You’re in a Crappy Mood. Another fantastic advice post.

Bridging the Gap. Sometimes what Suggestion Saturday needs more than anything are some photos of a resourceful little snail.

We need one of these in every community:

Carol Bennet McCuaig’s Encountering the Wild  makes me want to move to the country and figure out how to keep the wildlife from devouring my garden.

What have you been reading?

 

Suggestion Saturday: September 3, 2011

Here is this week’s list of blog posts, photos, videos and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

A Story Without Words. This is exactly what the title describes. More stories should be told this way!

How to Seem Good at Everything. There is definitely some truth to this. The trick, though, is figuring out what would be a really dumb move to make ahead of time.

Glass Beach. A century ago residents of Fort Bragg, California used this beach as a dump. When the North Coast Water Safety Board began cleaning up the area in the 1960s  they discovered that the glass littering the shore was too difficult to remove. Mother nature stepped in and what was once trash now shimmers in Glass Beach.

How to be Around People When You’re in a Crappy Mood. Another fantastic advice post.

Bridging the Gap. Sometimes what Suggestion Saturday needs more than anything are some photos of a resourceful little snail.

We need one of these in every community:

Carol Bennet McCuaig’s Encountering the Wild  makes me want to move to the country and figure out how to keep the wildlife from devouring my garden.

What have you been reading?

 

Suggestion Saturday: September 3, 2011

Here is this week’s list of blog posts, photos, videos and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

A Story Without Words. This is exactly what the title describes. More stories should be told this way!

How to Seem Good at Everything. There is definitely some truth to this. The trick, though, is figuring out what would be a really dumb move to make ahead of time.

Glass Beach. A century ago residents of Fort Bragg, California used this beach as a dump. When the North Coast Water Safety Board began cleaning up the area in the 1960s  they discovered that the glass littering the shore was too difficult to remove. Mother nature stepped in and what was once trash now shimmers in Glass Beach.

How to be Around People When You’re in a Crappy Mood. Another fantastic advice post.

Bridging the Gap. Sometimes what Suggestion Saturday needs more than anything are some photos of a resourceful little snail.

We need one of these in every community:

Carol Bennet McCuaig’s Encountering the Wild  makes me want to move to the country and figure out how to keep the wildlife from devouring my garden.

What have you been reading?

 

Suggestion Saturday: September 3, 2011

Here is this week’s list of blog posts, photos, videos and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

A Story Without Words. This is exactly what the title describes. More stories should be told this way!

How to Seem Good at Everything. There is definitely some truth to this. The trick, though, is figuring out what would be a really dumb move to make ahead of time.

Glass Beach. A century ago residents of Fort Bragg, California used this beach as a dump. When the North Coast Water Safety Board began cleaning up the area in the 1960s  they discovered that the glass littering the shore was too difficult to remove. Mother nature stepped in and what was once trash now shimmers in Glass Beach.

How to be Around People When You’re in a Crappy Mood. Another fantastic advice post.

Bridging the Gap. Sometimes what Suggestion Saturday needs more than anything are some photos of a resourceful little snail.

We need one of these in every community:

Carol Bennet McCuaig’s Encountering the Wild  makes me want to move to the country and figure out how to keep the wildlife from devouring my garden.

What have you been reading?

 

Suggestion Saturday: September 3, 2011

Here is this week’s list of blog posts, photos, videos and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

A Story Without Words. This is exactly what the title describes. More stories should be told this way!

How to Seem Good at Everything. There is definitely some truth to this. The trick, though, is figuring out what would be a really dumb move to make ahead of time.

Glass Beach. A century ago residents of Fort Bragg, California used this beach as a dump. When the North Coast Water Safety Board began cleaning up the area in the 1960s  they discovered that the glass littering the shore was too difficult to remove. Mother nature stepped in and what was once trash now shimmers in Glass Beach.

How to be Around People When You’re in a Crappy Mood. Another fantastic advice post.

Bridging the Gap. Sometimes what Suggestion Saturday needs more than anything are some photos of a resourceful little snail.

We need one of these in every community:

Carol Bennet McCuaig’s Encountering the Wild  makes me want to move to the country and figure out how to keep the wildlife from devouring my garden.

What have you been reading?

 

Suggestion Saturday: September 3, 2011

Here is this week’s list of blog posts, photos, videos and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

A Story Without Words. This is exactly what the title describes. More stories should be told this way!

How to Seem Good at Everything. There is definitely some truth to this. The trick, though, is figuring out what would be a really dumb move to make ahead of time.

Glass Beach. A century ago residents of Fort Bragg, California used this beach as a dump. When the North Coast Water Safety Board began cleaning up the area in the 1960s  they discovered that the glass littering the shore was too difficult to remove. Mother nature stepped in and what was once trash now shimmers in Glass Beach.

How to be Around People When You’re in a Crappy Mood. Another fantastic advice post.

Bridging the Gap. Sometimes what Suggestion Saturday needs more than anything are some photos of a resourceful little snail.

We need one of these in every community:

Carol Bennet McCuaig’s Encountering the Wild  makes me want to move to the country and figure out how to keep the wildlife from devouring my garden.

What have you been reading?

 

Suggestion Saturday: September 3, 2011

Here is this week’s list of blog posts, photos, videos and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

A Story Without Words. This is exactly what the title describes. More stories should be told this way!

How to Seem Good at Everything. There is definitely some truth to this. The trick, though, is figuring out what would be a really dumb move to make ahead of time.

Glass Beach. A century ago residents of Fort Bragg, California used this beach as a dump. When the North Coast Water Safety Board began cleaning up the area in the 1960s  they discovered that the glass littering the shore was too difficult to remove. Mother nature stepped in and what was once trash now shimmers in Glass Beach.

How to be Around People When You’re in a Crappy Mood. Another fantastic advice post.

Bridging the Gap. Sometimes what Suggestion Saturday needs more than anything are some photos of a resourceful little snail.

We need one of these in every community:

Carol Bennet McCuaig’s Encountering the Wild  makes me want to move to the country and figure out how to keep the wildlife from devouring my garden.

What have you been reading?

 

Suggestion Saturday: September 3, 2011

Here is this week’s list of blog posts, photos, videos and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

A Story Without Words. This is exactly what the title describes. More stories should be told this way!

How to Seem Good at Everything. There is definitely some truth to this. The trick, though, is figuring out what would be a really dumb move to make ahead of time.

Glass Beach. A century ago residents of Fort Bragg, California used this beach as a dump. When the North Coast Water Safety Board began cleaning up the area in the 1960s  they discovered that the glass littering the shore was too difficult to remove. Mother nature stepped in and what was once trash now shimmers in Glass Beach.

How to be Around People When You’re in a Crappy Mood. Another fantastic advice post.

Bridging the Gap. Sometimes what Suggestion Saturday needs more than anything are some photos of a resourceful little snail.

We need one of these in every community:

Carol Bennet McCuaig’s Encountering the Wild  makes me want to move to the country and figure out how to keep the wildlife from devouring my garden.

What have you been reading?

 

Suggestion Saturday: September 3, 2011

Here is this week’s list of blog posts, photos, videos and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

A Story Without Words. This is exactly what the title describes. More stories should be told this way!

How to Seem Good at Everything. There is definitely some truth to this. The trick, though, is figuring out what would be a really dumb move to make ahead of time.

Glass Beach. A century ago residents of Fort Bragg, California used this beach as a dump. When the North Coast Water Safety Board began cleaning up the area in the 1960s  they discovered that the glass littering the shore was too difficult to remove. Mother nature stepped in and what was once trash now shimmers in Glass Beach.

How to be Around People When You’re in a Crappy Mood. Another fantastic advice post.

Bridging the Gap. Sometimes what Suggestion Saturday needs more than anything are some photos of a resourceful little snail.

We need one of these in every community:

Carol Bennet McCuaig’s Encountering the Wild  makes me want to move to the country and figure out how to keep the wildlife from devouring my garden.

What have you been reading?

 

Suggestion Saturday: September 3, 2011

Here is this week’s list of blog posts, photos, videos and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

A Story Without Words. This is exactly what the title describes. More stories should be told this way!

How to Seem Good at Everything. There is definitely some truth to this. The trick, though, is figuring out what would be a really dumb move to make ahead of time.

Glass Beach. A century ago residents of Fort Bragg, California used this beach as a dump. When the North Coast Water Safety Board began cleaning up the area in the 1960s  they discovered that the glass littering the shore was too difficult to remove. Mother nature stepped in and what was once trash now shimmers in Glass Beach.

How to be Around People When You’re in a Crappy Mood. Another fantastic advice post.

Bridging the Gap. Sometimes what Suggestion Saturday needs more than anything are some photos of a resourceful little snail.

We need one of these in every community:

Carol Bennet McCuaig’s Encountering the Wild  makes me want to move to the country and figure out how to keep the wildlife from devouring my garden.

What have you been reading?

 

Suggestion Saturday: September 3, 2011

Here is this week’s list of blog posts, photos, videos and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

A Story Without Words. This is exactly what the title describes. More stories should be told this way!

How to Seem Good at Everything. There is definitely some truth to this. The trick, though, is figuring out what would be a really dumb move to make ahead of time.

Glass Beach. A century ago residents of Fort Bragg, California used this beach as a dump. When the North Coast Water Safety Board began cleaning up the area in the 1960s  they discovered that the glass littering the shore was too difficult to remove. Mother nature stepped in and what was once trash now shimmers in Glass Beach.

How to be Around People When You’re in a Crappy Mood. Another fantastic advice post.

Bridging the Gap. Sometimes what Suggestion Saturday needs more than anything are some photos of a resourceful little snail.

We need one of these in every community:

Carol Bennet McCuaig’s Encountering the Wild  makes me want to move to the country and figure out how to keep the wildlife from devouring my garden.

What have you been reading?