Scrivener For Bloggers And All Writers

I love to write I write all kinds of stuff not just blog posts and am always looking for to generate blog post ideas. Well, that is true but in truth I have looked for a software that would help me write fiction and other long pieces. You know the kind that need an outline or that index cards would be helpful in seeing the concepts visually? I have found the answer in a program called Scrivener. Scrivener was developed for the mac operating system and the windows one works well I haven’t found any issues with it. I would consider it a writing studio it is about $40 Canadian and now I am on the first day of a thirty-day trial and I love what I am seeing I think I may actually buy it! I will be paying a little more if I do decide in the end to get it because I want a back up cd

Any one else heard of or used this?

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13 days until Christmas Day

Hello Saturday I braved the malls let me tell you – I don’t drive yet that was perhaps the closest thing high way driving I could relate to. It was insane, in some stores I just couldn’t move.  I think next year I will consider strongly online shopping Continue reading

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blogging question

Sorry everyone, this post is late and for some reason this didn’t go live when it should have and I missed one on Wednesday but normalcy will return on monday. I type this using wordpress for blackberry and I unclear as to how to add the more tag so if someone could help me out that would be appreciated – more on Monday until then be well

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Christmas Traditions

My sister is more into traditions then I she still makes mom had candy for easter and insisted when she lived at home that the tree be put up on December 1st while listening to Bing Crosby’s Merry Christmas CD Continue reading

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My New Blogging Best Friend

 In high school, I prided myself IN NEVER writing a thing down (people who knew me then can confirm this), for I can say I rarely missed assignments in high school or college, this worked well for me, up until the time I moved that is. It’s not that moving made me forget – it’s just keeping day to day timing straight for bus bookings, appointments and such is a challenge when you’re as busy as I was last week. Last week, for example I was busy every day but Tuesday and Friday whether I was out or not, I still had to keep bus bookings straight. I wrote a post about how I worked out a system that works for me.  Continue reading

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A Different Way Of Seeing

 “Depth perception is the visual ability to perceive the world in three dimensions (3D) and the distance of an object. Depth sensation is the ability to move accurately, or to respond consistently, based on the distances of objects in an environment.[citation neededDepth perception arises from a variety of depth cues. These are typically classified into binocular cues that require input from both eyes and monocular cues that require the input from just one eye.[1] Binocular cues include stereopsis, yielding depth from binocular vision through exploitation of parallax. Monocular cues include size: distant objects subtend smaller visual angles than near objects”   Quote source Wikipedia

I open the post with that selection from the Wikipedia site as I have a personal interest in how the brain processes visual cues. Without getting too technical I want to explain why this is of personal interest to me.  

I have an eye condition the name of which I do not know where my eyes work separately from each other, I have poor vision to begin with but have glasses that improve that it still doesn’t help that my eyes work separately from each other. They both work just independently from each other, this makes life interesting to say the least I don’t see things in 3D because my eyes don’t focus on the same point at the same time in my limited  understanding at least, this is how depth perception works.  There is some exceptions to this for me, and I am not sure why that is the case, but people aren’t flat, living things: trees, animals, plants all aren’t flat. The problem I face lies predominantly when outdoors. I will get into that further in a moment.

It also affects some tasks of day-to-day living pouring liquid into a drinking glass I literally have to but the lip of the jug against the glass and I feel the temperature raise and that is how I know I not to overfill it is all done by feel because surprisingly depth plays a role in this regard.

The challenge of outdoors

Outside terrain looks flat,  this means I am wheeling around virtually blind to changes in sidewalks etc and I have no solution to make this any easier. I am because of this fearful to venture outside unaccompanied

Anyone else with cp have this? How do you manage?

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