The school year is done at last! And I’ve had a couple of weeks now where I did not a
I just realized that I hadn’t shared the link to the article I wrote for Gateways–Fall 2016. It’s titled “The
It’s time for the monthly Insecure Writer’s Support Group post–the first Wednesday of July. Last month was a pretty productive
It’s week 3 of the kindness challenge. This week’s challenge was to radiate kindness. Although I often do it anyhow,
I was in the mood for another nursery rhyme today, and who better than the Queen of Hearts? Did
When I did the Waldorf teacher training many years ago, one of our assignments was to read Parzival by Wolfram
Source: On Gifts and Talents Here’s another wonderful blog post that I read in Glennon Doyle Melton’s book, Carry on Warrior: Thoughts on Life Unarmed. In this blog post she writes about how every child is gifted and talented and that every child also has challenges. It is so true and a wonderful reminder.
Source: The Golden Coin Here is a link to a blog post about confidence and humility. I’ve been reading Glennon’s book, Carry On, Warrior: Thoughts on Life Unarmed. “Be confident because you are a child of God. Be humble because everyone else is, too.” I’m really enjoying the book, and this is one of my favorite sections so far.
Designer Raphael Lysander has produced this beautiful Infographic on the health benefits of reading, first published on his excellent blog. The image features statistics on how reading can help wit… Source: Infographic: The Health Benefits of Reading