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Jobbatical Blog quotes by Gretchen Rubin
#1. A blog is something that, everyday there's a new thing and that's part of the fun of it, you're just constantly moving forward. A book really gives you more time to reflect and think hard on things very, very deep. #Quote by Gretchen Rubin
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Danny Denzongpa
#2. [Relationships] never seem to work out, I mean it gets to the point where I have to be extremely cautious. You have to understand, this stardom thing is still new to me, I don't even consider myself "famous". It's 2008: if you have a blog, a mixtape and two pairs of skinny jeans you, too, can be 'famous'. #Quote by Danny Denzongpa
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Megan Amram
#3. I have, for a few years, been writing comedy prose - short pieces for my blog - because I found it to be a good way to write while I was on a TV show. It was different enough from my scripts that it felt like a break, but it still was comedy and very fun. I like to do comedy! #Quote by Megan Amram
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Mark Cuban
#4. Communicate with your fans or customers. They know we live in an ever changing world. If you tell them what you are thinking and why you are doing what you do, as I did with my blog regarding Nash leaving, they will respect and support you more. #Quote by Mark Cuban
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Anna Quindlen
#5. I can't begin to predict how news will be delivered to readers in, say, 100 years. But I do know one thing that hasn't changed: Whatever the delivery system, whether it's a magazine, book or blog, people like vivid writing, strong stories and credible people. So while the venue is changing rapidly, human nature isn't, which I find soothing. #Quote by Anna Quindlen
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Jonathan Dee
#6. Here is what I am not going to do: I am not going to go to a restaurant, take pictures of my food, download them, and call that a blog. That is beyond the pale. The Internet is such a bazaar of self-indulgences that I don't know why that particular one should bug me so much. But it really does. #Quote by Jonathan Dee
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Sergio Troncoso
#7. There is a certain pride in work and in your body throbbing beyond any boundaries you imagined you could endure. You identify with those who come home with pieces of pork fat wedged into their boots, with gashes on their arms and legs from their tools and machines, and with black grime etched into the folds of their dark skin.
Too often this country has turned its back on the working class and the working poor, not to mention the undocumented workers who harvest the food for American tables and build our houses. #Quote by Sergio Troncoso
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Teresa R. Funke, Bursts Of Brilliance For A Creative Life Blog
#8. Never let your goals or convictions get in the way of living your life. It's not about who dies with more, it's about who lived the most. #Quote by Teresa R. Funke, Bursts Of Brilliance For A Creative Life Blog
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Michael Ian Black
#9. I do not go to church. I don't go to Christian church or Jew church or any other church. I don't go to church at all. Not ever. A perfect Sunday for me is spent drinking green tea while reading the Sunday New York Times. Yikes! Why don't I just turn in my Al-Qaeda membership form and call it a day? As if that wasn't bad enough, not only do I not go to church:

I don't believe in God. How can I say the Pledge of Allegiance if I don't believe in God? How can I spend our American currency which pledges "In God We Trust?" How can I swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, so help me God? Answer: I can't. It's a real problem. Don't get me wrong – I'd like to believe in God. I wish I did, especially if He was the kind of God that thought America was #1. But I don't, which to many people is the same as not believing in America. Up until recently, I thought those people were lunatics. #Quote by Michael Ian Black
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Nancy Gibbs
#10. You can't hold up a blog; you can hold up a magazine. #Quote by Nancy Gibbs
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Rebecca Rose Orton
#11. I twisted words, phrases, and idioms around,
and deftly nixed the budding metaphor bounds.
Voila, a virtual book in a blog became softbound! #Quote by Rebecca Rose Orton
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Mary DeTurris Poust
#12. Not every breakfast needs to be something worthy of posting to a food blog. Sometimes food is simply fuel, something we eat to live. But with TV ads and billboards and in-store displays saying otherwise - in colorful and provocative ways - that can be a hard case to make. #Quote by Mary DeTurris Poust
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
#13. The point of diversity workshops, or multicultural talks, was not to inspire any real change but to leave people feeling good about themselves. They did not want the content of her ideas; they merely wanted the gesture of her presence. They had not read her blog but they had heard that she was a "leading blogger" about race. #Quote by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Nick Denton
#14. As a print journalist, if you hear a rumour you try to stand it up and if you can't, the story dies. With a blog you can throw the rumour out there and ask for help. You can say: 'We don't know if this is true or not.' #Quote by Nick Denton
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Kate Christensen
#15. My blog is a celebration of the unexpected, settled, happy life I find myself living in Portland, Maine, at the ripe old age of fifty with someone I deeply love and am very happy with. That's part of why I started the blog. #Quote by Kate Christensen
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Nick Rynerson
#16. Have you ever read a wonderful quote that you want to post on your twitter/facebook/blog/whatever but you feel like it may come off as "not Christian enough" or just a little theologically lacking? #Quote by Nick Rynerson
Jobbatical Blog quotes by S.P. Sipal
#17. Discomfort is often a door opening to growth. #Quote by S.P. Sipal
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Hanna Rosin
#18. Blog culture has a hard time digesting narratives, but it has an easy time digesting 'big ideas' pieces. #Quote by Hanna Rosin
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Fred Wilson
#19. I generally blog between 5:30 A.M. and 7 A.M. I will from time to time add something during the day, but for the most part blogging is an early morning activity for me. #Quote by Fred Wilson
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Yahtzee Croshaw
#20. Readers of my online journal - I refuse to use the word blog because it sounds like something that lives on a riverbed and communicates through farts #Quote by Yahtzee Croshaw
Jobbatical Blog quotes by John Jay Hooker
#21. Through a blog, an ordinary citizen such as myself can use the Internet, this thing invented by Albert Gore, to talk from my house to the U.S. capital and to make use of my right to point out to government officials and to the media when they are wrong. #Quote by John Jay Hooker
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Alice Oseman
#22. I think you should know that I make up a lot of stuff up in my head and then get sad about it. I like to sleep and I like to blog. I am going to die someday. #Quote by Alice Oseman
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Jon Oringer
#23. At Shutterstock, we've been offering tutorials to customers and contributors on our blog for many years. Our audience already viewed us as thought leaders on the latest digital and creative skills; we felt it so natural for us to launch Skillfeed, which is an online marketplace for professional learning. #Quote by Jon Oringer
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Terry Fallis
#24. Being a feminist in principle is easy compared to being a feminist in practice. For men and women, living each day in practical defiance of thousands of years of gender-based streaming is so much harder than walking in marches, running workshops, and writing blog posts. It means questioning everything you do, moment by moment, day by day. It means thinking differently and making dozens of conscious decisions every day that you might have made on auto-pilot before. It's hard. It's taxing. It's tiring. #Quote by Terry Fallis
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Jessica Valenti
#25. It used to be, if you wanted to have a strong, influential voice in the feminist movement, you really needed to be part of this New York/D.C. elite group of feminists, or part of a mainstream feminist organization. And now it's kind of an amazing thing that you can just start a blog and put your voice out there and build your readership. #Quote by Jessica Valenti
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Theodora Goss
#26. If you're a writer, your first duty, a duty you owe to yourself and your readers, and to your writing itself, is to become wonderful. To become the best writer you can possibly be. #Quote by Theodora Goss
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Brian Dunkleman
#27. There's a lot I've yet to say about 'American Idol,' so I am excited about teaming up with 'Idol Go Home' and starting my blog. #Quote by Brian Dunkleman
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Lev Grossman
#28. That guy was a mystery wrapped in an enigma and crudely stapled to a ticking fucking time bomb. He was either going to hit somebody or start a blog. To tell you the truth I'm kind of glad he hit you. #Quote by Lev Grossman
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Israelmore Ayivor
#29. Master online branding. Online branding makes you known for something specific by people who have not even seen you physically, before. #Quote by Israelmore Ayivor
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Zig Ziglar
#30. It is good from time to time to recall all those big and little reasons why you wanted to quit smoking in the first place. Reading this blog once in a while might also be helpful #Quote by Zig Ziglar
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Iain Banks
#31. I deliberately keep myself apart from a lot of stuff; I don't Tweet, I don't do Facebook, I don't blog, and that's largely because I spend my working life staring at a screen and hitting a keyboard, I am trying to cut down on that, not increase it. #Quote by Iain Banks
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Teresa R. Funke, Bursts Of Brilliance For A Creative Life Blog
#32. In times of trouble, people need artists. We create those spaces where their own pain and worry and sadness can rest, and where their broken hearts can hope again. #Quote by Teresa R. Funke, Bursts Of Brilliance For A Creative Life Blog
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Marie Calloway
#33. I've gotten a lot of exposure for my writing. My writing blog has gotten over 1000 unique hits since the Observer piece (quite a lot as before it was something like 20 people a day if I was lucky.) But more importantly the coverage exposed me to and so has allowed me to connect with a lot of new people I really enjoy interacting with. #Quote by Marie Calloway
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Catherynne M. Valente
#34. ...while epic fantasy is based on the fairy tale of the just war, that's not one you'll find in Grimm or Disney, and most will never recognize the shape of it. I think the fantasy genre pitches its tent in the medieval campground for the very reason that we even bother to write stories about things that never happened in the first place: because it says something subtle and true about our own world, something it is difficult to say straight out, with a straight face. Something you need tools to say, you need cheat codes for the human brain--a candy princess or a sugar-coated unicorn to wash down the sour taste of how bad things can really get.

See, I think our culture has a slash running through the middle of it, too. Past/Future, Conservative/Liberal, Online/Offline. Virgin/Whore. And yes: Classical/Medieval. I think we're torn between the Classical Narrative of Self and the Medieval Narrative of Self, between the choice of Achilles and Keep Calm and Carry On.

The Classical internal monologue goes like this: do anything, anything, only don't be forgotten. Yes, this one sacrificed his daughter on a slab at Aulis, that one married his mother and tore out his eyes, and oh that guy ate his kids in a pie. But you remember their names, don't you? So it's all good in the end. Give a Greek soul a choice between a short life full of glory and a name echoing down the halls of time and a long, gentle life full of children and a quiet sort of virtue, and he'll alwa #Quote by Catherynne M. Valente
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Jonathan Dunne
#35. With admirable vigour, Everest, the obese pasty kid, begins listing the world's serial killers in alphabetical order. 'Jeffrey Dahmer; Charles 'The Axe' Eden; Freddy 'The Fox' Flanagan...' Steadily advancing through the monsters, jowls redder and redder as he refuses to breathe. If ever Queen B thought that her sister had secretly dropped her son on his head during one of her binges, then it's now, even his albino eyes are glowing red. #Quote by Jonathan Dunne
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Patricia C. Wrede
#36. Many, if not most, of the best and most lasting children's books have multiple levels, some of which are not fully accessible to their most likely readers ... at least, not on their first read-through at age eight or ten or fifteen. #Quote by Patricia C. Wrede
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Gary Vaynerchuk
#37. Too many companies think they want to do a video blog to sell merchandise, but if you turn your site into QVC, you lose. I have an audience that trusts me. It's about building a global brand - not selling four more bottles of Pinot Grigio. #Quote by Gary Vaynerchuk
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Cathleen Schine
#38. I do all my shopping on the Web. I do much of my research online. I have a blog, too. It is definitely a distraction. It is definitely a blessing. What blessing isn't a distraction, though? #Quote by Cathleen Schine
Jobbatical Blog quotes by Noga Alon
#39. In highschool I was very excited that alog(b)=blog(a), and still find it useful today. #Quote by Noga Alon

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