Sunday, March 4, 2012

Good Reads

Some weeks are tougher than others, and this has been one of the tough ones for me. I obviously haven't had time to write about it yet; I'm still processing and praying. I'm on Spring Break this week, so I'm sure the words will pour out while I'm home.

Until then, I really want to share some posts I've been collecting over the past few weeks. There is just so much great stuff out there that must be shared. And I'm just the gal to share it.

100 Ways to Encourage a New Mom : Gypsy Mama. I'll be referring back to this one often, I'm sure.

Why I argue in front of my kids (sometimes) : by Shaun Groves on Simple Mom. Oh, I so get this one (although I don't think I'm quite as mature as Shaun is).

What You're Trying to Tell Him When You're Angry {5 Ways to Fight Through to a Loving Marriage} : by Ann Voskamp on (in)Courage. I actually learned a lot about myself and marriage by reading this. So good!

we don't want your obligation : Chatting at the Sky. Tired of the "should's" in your life? So's Emily.

Sea Inspired : Enjoying the Small Things. Need a little beach at this time of year? (Me too.) This one's beautiful.

How to Fall Back in Love with Writing : Jeff Goins. This is a new blog to me, but one I'll be bookmarking regularly, I'm sure.

A Guide to Proper Pintiquette {Pinterest Tips & Tricks} : Positively Splendid. Really helpful if you're a blogger.

O.K., I can't seem to give up my obsession. I just HAD to share this one with you--what your favorite Downton Abbey stars look like in real life. You can just turn away if you're all Downton Abbey'ed out.

Downton Abbey Stars On-Screen vs. Off-Screen : PaperMag

I know, it's a long list, but it's nicely varied so you can choose a few to read. Trust me, they're all good.

Come back this week. I'll hopefully have some time and space to think and to write, and I'd love it if you'd join me here.

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Shelly

1 comment:

Linda said...

Oh, dear me. Rob James-Collier looks quite handsome as a real man. Not quite as slimy.