Saturday Sharing – Word Art, Gratitude, and more

Saturday Sharing - Word Art, Gratitude, and more

Saturday Sharing is a weekly feature where I share my favorite posts from around the web. I’m linking up at The Ultimate Rabbit Hole with Sammie, Karin, and Shannon. So be sure to give them a visit and check out the other blogs in the link up. 🙂

Sally created some Word Art for the Single Girl and they are hilarious!

Jenni shares some great free resources to help spruce up your blog images. I especially liked Recite This!

Allyssa shares five ways to refresh your post archives. I definitely will be following her advice and working on this a little at a time.

It’s easy to have gratitude when things seem good. It’s harder during the drudgery of what feels like average days, average weeks, average months. And it’s even harder when things don’t seem to be going very well. But here’s the thing: it’s important to practice it at all times, intentionally, no matter how life seems to be going.”

Nina gives some great advice how to figure out it if someone wants to be friends with you or not.

“As reality would have it, human sexuality is complicated. Saying “men are visual; women are emotional” and calling it a day over simplifies and overgeneralizes sexuality and attraction. It is also inaccurate. Visuality and emotionality are spectrums, not boxes. Neither are they mutually exclusive. Perhaps we should be more versed in human sexuality before we make blanket statements.”

As someone who rarely dated, I found this article on raising a daughter who doesn’t need to date interesting.

Amber writes about why she doesn’t want to grow a thick skin. It’s a wonderful and vulnerable piece.

12 things emotionally intelligent people don’t do.

Marian wrote about how she started a new business in under 30 days. It’s an interesting look at what goes into creating an online business.

Melyssa tells us how to repurpose out blog content.

8 thoughts on “Saturday Sharing – Word Art, Gratitude, and more

  1. Marian Schembari

    You always collect the best links! Love Melyssa’s post on repurposing blog content. I have a dozen or so posts that get a ton of traffic and now I feel super inspired to do more with each of them. Such good stuff here!

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