By Piper Bayard
Amsterdam Pays Alcoholics in Beer to Clean Streets
Blogs and Articles in No Particular Order:
New York Times bestseller and former Green Beret Bob Mayer asks, Why Do You Write? Check out Bob’s latest, ShIT Doesn’t Just Happen: The Gift of Failure.
Ten Things to Never Say to a Writer by the hysterical and perceptive bestselling author Chuck Wendig.
Your Amazon Account Can Be Hacked Via a Kindle eBook, via author and heckuva guy Nigel Blackwell.
How Navy SEALs Use Shooting Fundamentals to Forge Elite Warriors, by retired Navy SEAL Chief Petty Officer and bestselling author Chris Sajnog.
Perry Block clues us in on 60 Signs You’re Way Past Middle Age.
Author, publishing attorney, and “reefer” Susan Spann tells us about Engineer Gobies in Engineering on the Reef.
Congratulations to K.B. Owen on the release of her third Concordia Wells mystery, Unseemly Ambition.
18 Kids Who Definitely Bested Their Teachers, via author Kait Nolan.
Via backpacker and professional photographer Steve Griffin, The Worst Hiking Partner Behaviors.
Kudos to American Raven-Symone: “I’m Tired of Being Labeled.” This took some guts on her part.
And near and dear to my heart, Scientists Take a Look at the Feel-Good Benefits of Belly Dance, via lovely dancer and graceful lady Christine Moore.
Here’s your adorable fix for the week — Cute Baby Seal Joins Surfers for a Ride.
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Thanks for the shout-out Piper!
Is it bad that I kind of like the program? Some people aren’t going to get better, esp if that have nothing happening in their lives. I can see the point of this. It’s logical, in an odd way.
I really don’t see it as “bad” or “good.” It will be interesting to see what happens. I’ve heard of studies that show a reduction in alcohol consumption because people are no longer stressed about getting their alcohol. Who knows? 🙂