Reading is like breathing for me. If a person is going to write, a reader they ought to be as well.
Sunday is the perfect day to reflect on all of those words and do some thinking about how to put them into action in my life – personally or in my work. Sometimes, this is one in the same.
As an educator, I read somewhere that it is our obligation to share what we learn with others. Keeping it to ourselves only helps so many individuals. By sharing it – who knows how far the inspiration goes?
Below is a gathering of some of the reading I did this week that I’m pondering on today. Get some coffee and reflect along with me and let me know if any of it resonates with you as well. 🙂
Jessica Serran, an artist, guide and psycho-cartographer, blogs about owning your value and your gifts. Mmmmmm. . . LOVE that.
Over at Circles of Faith, Elise Daly Parker shares a snippet from Holly Gerth’s latest book, You’re Going To Be Okay. Holly writes about her grandpa’s life of serving and connecting with others. Another book gets added to my Amazon cart! 🙂
My neice, Micara Link, writes about her panic attacks and shares how she now recognizes these attacks as her body’s way of speaking to her about needing more self-care. She lists her key tools in her tool box to keep self-care in check. This young lady has shifted my soul in many ways.
I’m working through Jeff Goin’s Tribe Writers e-course and one big thing he writes about to build your tribe in order to share your writing is to create mouth watering anticipation. Wow. How do you do that? Then, I came across Elisabeth’s Ellington’s blog at the dirigible plum. Every Sunday, she creates a blog entry to round up her online reading from the week. I anticipate it as I know her choices are ones I will savor and learn from. So, I’m taking a lesson from her and creating my own Sunday list of readings. Ta-da! Anticipation!! Thank you, Elisabeth, for being a mentor blog for me and giving me the inspiration I needed today! 🙂
A teaching blog I follow faithfully is Blogging Through The Fourth Dimensions. Pernille Ripp writes from a deep and thoughtful place about the invisible children in her classroom. It’s a thinker.
For a laugh, my childhood friend, Val, started a blog this fall to chronicle the issues we women have in our mid-life struggles. I giggle at her stories because I live them, too. I hear her voice in her writing and I’m anxiously waiting for her next entry.
Hope you find peace and love in your Sunday and in the week that follows.
Be amazing ~