1. Kathryn Craft, at Writers in the Storm, declares that independence is highly overrated as a sign of maturity. As writers, asking for what we need will propel us forward and get us over those times when we're overwhelmed.
2. Eva Marie Everson, at The Write Conversation, gives us Critiquing Rule #2: There are rules and there is style.
3. Breaking Christian News reports on a discovery of a fossilized forest in
Antarctica. Scientists are stumped, but the discovery has
fueled Bible flood theories.
4. Lucinda Secrest McDowell, at The Write Conversation, asks, "Where does a writer find peace?" While this devotional references Christmas, it can apply to any time of the year.
5. Woman's Day has an article on 10 Winter Health Myths Exposed. This was fascinating. One of the items dealt with wearing a hat and losing body heat. I've heard that one before!
Writers: When you need help, do you ask for it? Please share.
Readers: What are some health information you've always believed but discovered was not true?
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Oh Susan, you always come up with these great articles, thanks.
I KNOW by experience that going out in the cold does prevent me from getting a cold, when I come back from the gym with my hair wet, on my bicycle, through the winter cold, many people have warned me not to do it, but I never had any problems.
About the winter depression... I am not sure whether scientists have checked the weather in Holland lately.... :)
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