Monthly Archives: July 2012

Saturday, 11:35 a.m.

The woods, green and lush, The air moist with coming rain beyond the screened porch. I hear the footfalls of birds as I read Jack Kerouac. NMM Advertisements

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Bookworm: “The Receptionist”

How excited was I, a wannabe New Yorker, to read Janet Groth’s “The Receptionist: An Education at the New Yorker?” So excited I bought it the week before it came out and couldn’t wait to wake up and have it … Continue reading

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Story Snippet, No. 21

After seeing the immense popularity of growing (and really, really loving a lot of their snarky commentary), I decided to do a story on the site and talked to its co-founder Duncan Mitchell. This question sadly did not make … Continue reading

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80 days gone by

Today’s post on my exercise blog Run, Nikki, Run just so happened to be my 80th day in a row of writing for myself. It has become such a part of my daily routine that the thought of not doing … Continue reading

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I heart home work

I had two interviews today, which brought the number of interviews that needed to be transcribed today to a daunting number of four. Anyone who has ever had to transcribe anything knows this is a terrible, terrible task. I plowed … Continue reading

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Resolution check: June

Like sands through the hourglass, so my writing continues! I wrote every day in June. And with last night’s journal entry, I have written something for myself for 65 consecutive days. It’s such a great feeling and inspiration to keep … Continue reading

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