Wednesday, August 20, 2014

"Advice From Artists on How to Overcome Creative Block": by Maria Popova via

I was just thinking about the great things associated with good news, in sharp contrast to the gossip, and bad news following celebrities, and professional athletes, the stuff usually shown in the media. 
I found this site posted by a friend, and I am finding it a great place to visit daily, between writing breaks, or just to take some time to reflect on good news. Good news and solutions are much more appealing than the gossip, complaints, and violent crime focused upon by the media conglomerates.
I don't watch any regular news anyway.  I read the paper, but this site is a new's source I now follow:

Here is more about the site: link to source 

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