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Columbus Author On Why We Need To Finish The Work

All over the world, in homes, offices, and studios, there are unfinished works of art that will never see the light of day. Does that sound familiar to you? Maybe you've always wanted to write a book. You started that book one day and then simply never finished it. I spoke to Columbus author Josh Smith about this very topic. Here are the highlights of our conversation.
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Austin Author On Boundaries, and Why All Art Is Stolen

Every now and then you read a book that really challenges you. It makes you rethink how you view the world. For me, Steal Like An Artist by Austin author Austin Kleon is one of those books. I reached out to Austin to interview him about his fantastic bestselling book. Here is a summary of our conversation. My questions are below in bold.
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Try The Ice Cream Here In Traverse City

There is nothing better than some great ice cream on a warm summer's day. And there are some fantastic places to enjoy ice cream here in Traverse City. So here's the best of the best. While Culver's is great, you can get Culver's in many places. Let's talk about some local delights you can only find here in the cherry capital of the world.
Petoskey, MIPosted by
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3 Fun Affordable Things To Do This Summer In Petoskey

Petoskey State ParkCaitriana Nicholson (Creative Commons) Looking for some fun summer activities to enjoy in Petoskey? Look no further. I just visited the area and discovered that there are a variety of fun and affordable activities you can do. Without further ado, let's dive into some fun options for things to do.
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St. Louis Writer Shares 3 Healthy Ways For Fathers To Process Pain

If you had to pin down one universal emotion that all humans experience, it’s pain.To be human means to suffer. We suffer on a daily basis as we deal with the disappointments and frustrations of everyday life. But we also suffer when we go through the occasional major trauma such as the death of a loved one, losing a job, a major sickness, or divorce ... or an entire year of a pandemic!
Cuyahoga Falls, OHPosted by
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3 Great Places To Get Dessert In Cuyahoga Falls

Who doesn't love dessert? Not me! So I wanted to share with you three amazing places to pick up some delicious desserts right here in Cuyahoga Falls. Here we go. Located right on Front Street in Downtown Cuyahoga Falls, Pav's Creamery offers freshly made custard, homemade hard ice cream, yogurts and sorbets. All of which are made on site daily with more than 30 delightful flavor options and combinations. With flavors such as banana cream pie, birthday cake, death by peanut butter and nutella smores, you simply can't go wrong at Pav's. There are also Drumstick packs, ice cream sandwich packs, Kustard Kakes and more. If you haven't been, you simply need to try Pav's Creamery.
Akron, OHPosted by
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3 Drive-In Restaurants To Enjoy In Akron

I don't have to tell you that it's time to get out of the house and enjoy the nice weather. One of the greatest ways to do that is to visit a drive-in for lunch, dinner or even a snack. The best part is you don't even have to get out of your car. Just stay right there in the comfort of your car and a server will come out and take your order and bring your food right to you. Here are 3 great drive-in restaurants to enjoy in Akron.
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3 Great Choices For Barbecue In Cuyahoga Falls

It's summertime now, and one of the best ways to celebrate the wamer weather is with some fantastic barbecue. You know that you don't want to cook. You definitely want to eat out. Well, look no further! I've found some fantastic barbecue right here, in Northeast Ohio. This list includes several options that are sure to delight everyone.
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3 Great Restaurants In West Akron To Try

Spending some time near Fairlawn or Montrose? Well here there are some fantastic restaurants in the area. Here are three restaurants you absolutely want to try sometime soon. Gasoline Alley is located in nearby Bath about 4 miles from the Montrose/Fairlawn area. This restaurant was opened in the summer of 1995 by husband and wife Al Kerkian and Susan Johnson. Gasoline Alley serves upscale food in a casual, fun atmosphere. You can fill up your tank with a hearty Reuben, enjoy a steaming bowl of garlicky mussels or a slice of decadent carrot cake. This restaurant is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, and also features brunch on Sundays and a full bar.
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Fort Wayne Author Shares Helpful Tips For Working From Home

working from homePhoto by Thought Catalog on Unsplash. So you’re working from home. Whether it is long-term or temporary, the truth is, it doesn’t really matter. You just know that you want to be as productive as possible. I spoke with local Ft. Wayne resident and productivity expert Erik Fisher about this very topic. Here are the highlights of our conversation.
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3 Great Coffee Shops in Stow

espresso drippingPhoto by Kevin Schmid on Unsplash. Whether it's early in the morning or you're hitting the afternoon fog, you need a good coffee, like, now. Don't worry, I've got you covered. I've tried all the best places to get coffee in Stow avoiding big chains, and here are the top three local choices in town.
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Indianapolis Professor On Why What You Consume Matters

Let's talk about what we consume, especially online. Why does it matter?. I recently learned something interesting from Dr. Ian Zimmerman Ph.D., a professor at Butler University in Indianapolis. He said that consumption exerts enough of an influence on our lives that it becomes part of our identities. We not only use consumption to construct our own identities, but we use it to infer the identities of others. Products represent our identities by the meaning attached to them.
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Akron Author Shares Podcasting Insights

Have you ever thought of podcasting as a way to reach others or even as a way to make income? I recently spoke with Akron resident and business owner Dave Jackson. He’s the host of the School of Podcasting podcast, a podcast consultant, coach, and speaker. Dave also just released his book Profit From Your Podcast. We had a great conversation and I'd like to share the highlights of it with you.
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3 Places To Try Donuts In Akron

donuts on woodPhoto by Anastasiia Chepinska on Unsplash. Are you craving a donut? I'm craving donuts myself because I've been writing about donuts a lot around here. But seriously, when on a road trip, donuts and coffee are the perfect pit stop to please all the family. So the question is: where can you get the best donuts in Akron? Here are the three top locations you just have to try when in Rubber City.
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Seattle Business Owner Shares About Mindset and Clarity

Does your mind need a tune up? If you're human, the answer is yes. Your mind is like a guitar and constantly needs to be tuned if you're going to play the beautiful music of success. I recently spoke with Seattle resident and coach Andrew Mundy about this important issue of mindset. Here are some highlights of our conversation.