Sounds (Audio) A library of free sounds under the Creative Commons Zero license. http://freesound.org/browse/ Events (History) In a clever way of encouraging an interest in history, a Southern California rail museum is hosting a steampunk carnival. It’s in March for … Continue reading
Sleep (Health) Some tips on improving your sleep and why it’s important especially for writers. http://selfpublishingadvice.org/the-importance-of-sleep-for-indie-authors/ Vinegar (History) A look at the various uses for vinegar in the 17th-early 19th Centuries.
Sculpture (Art) Amazing things this company manages with wire and your inspirations. (Via Pinterest) http://www.viralnova.com/wire-fairy-sculptures/ Health (Cats) Tips for recognizing when your cat needs help based on eating habits.
I have been struggling with this Merry-Go-Round topic because I don’t really have a list of go to resources. With the exception of etymologyonline.com, where I verify shades of meaning and historical period for words, and sites I receive blog … Continue reading
Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Pain (Cats) A list of 10 conditions that could be overlooked because many cats do not respond to pain with screaming. (Via Facebook) http://www.vetstreet.com/our-pet-experts/10-most-overlooked-aches-and-pains-in-cats Art (Environment) Sculptor Jason diCaires Taylor … Continue reading