Which Portland neighborhood do you call home? Or, are you Moving to Portland?
I am a writer. In fact, my first novel will be hitting the bookshelves soon - YAY! I have just completed two books. The first, "Green Cleaning: Save Your Money, Save Your Health, Save The Earth" is available via greencleaningbook.com and Amazon.com. "Search Strategies to Save You Time" is available via savetimebook.com and Amazon.com.
I am also a student at PSU, studying Film and Art.
What do you love about Portland?
I supposed the word Everything is too encompasing?
Its green quality
its liberal nature
Its ability for acceptance
a little bit of this, a little bit of that.
What's your favorite Portland neighborhood and why?
oh, can't choose just one. . . .
Do the thing and you will get the energy to do the thing.
My 1st Novel - I'm a little excited, can ya tell! LOL
You can get the first chapter free of my 1st novel here.
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I know these posts are from a while back, but we just moved here (currently house sitting in the Alberta Arts District) and I am looking for like-minded people to connect with. I've got to fill out my profile info and see exactly how this site works...in the meantime I will tell you I am 38, sold my CO based bath and body products biz last fall (Mountain Girl Organics) and have been on the road house and pet sitting with my boyfriend since we sold his house in 2009 : ) I would love to write more and am going to make it a priority here in PDX. Am going to check out your website now as I am a HUGE fan of green cleaning...
Very nice. Yes I know about the whole not unpacking for awhile. I learned though, that moving was the best way for me to purge all the stuff that I never use and really don't want anymore! Turns out it is a great feeling. :)
So do you know where you will be living? Do you have friends or family here?
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