September Recap

In case you missed a post or two this month, here’s a quick recap of what I wrote about during the month of September:

Questions I Asked –

Why Can’t We Wear White After Labor Day? – The answer may shock you…or maybe it won’t.

What Was The Largest Victory In Presidential Election History? – It happened in 1920. Do you know who won?

What is it Called When You Learn About Something and Then See it Everywhere? – It has an odd name.

 

Things We Learned –

What the face of a fighter looks like – If you expect the face to be broken down and beaten, you are wrong.

Learning can be fun – Just ask this new teacher.

What great writing looks like – Compliments of Walt Freakin Whitman.

The Most Important Thing You Need To Know About The iPhone 7 – Hint, it has nothing to do with the camera.

What young writers need to know – Great advice from a writer for Saturday Night Live.

Maury C. Moose is back – And ninja-ier than ever.

And the new book may help your kids live longer – Seriously. Kinda.

What Amazing Precision and Design Looks Like – I don’t know how she made that.

 

Fun With Numbers –

5 More Reasons I Don’t Trust Coconuts – If you read a recent Wonder Why Wednesday post, you know I am leery of coconuts. Here’s why you should be too.

Top 10 Lines From ‘The First Phone Call From Heaven’ by Mitch Albom – #1 is my favorite.

6 Football Related Posts – In order to get you prepared for the start of football season, we looked back at everything I have ever written about the ol’ pigskin.

5 Things We Can Learn From The Arizona Cardinals – Yet another football post.

5 Good Things – Just a little reminder that there are good things going on in our world.

1 Thing Pete Carroll Hates – Besides losing.

4 Things the Most Resilient People Have in Common – Another example of something I wish I wrote.

1 Word That’s Destroying Your Chance at Becoming A Writer – Spoiler alert, it is not “time”.

10 More Strange But True Facts – I can’t believe #5.

 

 

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