By CM Strawn 8/21/20 Note from me: I am not an expert in interpersonal relations. I have however lived a long life and weathered many storms. Some of those storms have […]
By CM Strawn 7/31/20 Bicycle riding has not been on my radar since my tweens. When I was too young to drive and needed transportation to after-school jobs, the trusty bicycle […]
Change is a universal constant. Those who embrace change and take advantage of it will be ahead of their competition.
One possible outcome of the current pandemic. By CM Strawn 4/11/20 The only thing on everyone’s minds – and I do mean everyone, as in globally – is the coronavirus. It […]
By CM Strawn 3-18-20 Panic over COVID-19 (coronavirus) is out of proportion to the illness. The reality is that this virus is a mild respiratory ailment. Over 90% of all […]
The trucking industry is cyclical and goes up and down with the economy. There have been good years and not so good years. In my experience, there has never been a time when an experienced driver couldn’t get a job, or a new driver couldn’t get started.
I have always been able to get a job with benefits and good pay.
Revision is the most necessary fundamental in the process of writing. Ideas and concepts introduced in the first draft are just the basic elements. Until writing has been revised, rewritten, edited and proofread, it is not ready for publication. Read on for a basic guide to revision.
The new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has recently taken effect. All is not rosey as the cyber world gears up to accomidate yet another set of privacy mandates. Compliance could be problimatic as the new law takes shape.
If you’re in business, you need a website. Should you design a website yourself? Or should you hire a web designer? The answer depends on your time commitment and your financial rescources.
Learn about some of what’s involved in building a website. Should you do-it-yourself or hire a professional?
There is nothing more terrifying than staring at a blank screen. Especially when a deadline is peaking over the monitor with a nasty smirk. Desperation has crept onto the keyboard and panic has slammed and bolted creativity’s door.
Several ideas pass through the cranial cavity unimpeded. Capturing the elusive cogent thought has proven impossible. There is no question; the diagnosis is Writer’s Block.
It is a nefarious demon that plagues every writer with varying degrees of frequency and effectiveness. Find out what it is and what to do about it.