It’s Friday! What, you didn’t need the reminder? 😉 Here is the latest in inspiration from around the blogging world. Let’s keep raising one another up with written words!
Resa Shares Alley 18 Artwork
Resa went to Alley 18 in Toronto, Ontario and it was here that she found some very impressive murals to photograph. What is the commonality between the 18 works of art? Not just that they’re all in this alley but also that they are all done by women. Twenty women, to be exact. Look around Resa’s blog while you’re over there and say hi!
Reads that inspire, from around the blogging community. Pixabay, CC0 Public Domain.
Sageleaf Suggests Creating a Spiritual Counsel
Sageleaf writes for Intuitive and Spiritual, where she provides us spiritual tools and invites us into her uplifting projects. Her recent post on creating a spiritual counsel for answers is a topic I had not heard of before, so I wanted to share it with you all. This involves gathering those people (real or deceased) whom you greatly admire and inviting them to your counsel to provide answers to a particular question. Fascinating!
The History of American Labor
On Labor Day Monday, the blogger known as who is known as His Perfect Timing, which is also the name of her blog, shared a post on American labor, then and now. Her words of gratitude as an employee, supervisor, mother, and grandmother are beautiful to read.
Jessica Had Her Baby!
Congratulations again to Jessica on her new bundle of joy! I’ve been following Jessica through her pregnancy and was happy to read of her healthy delivery. Now she’s sharing openly about her experiences as a new mom in Things They Didn’t Tell Me About Postpartum. I think this post is very informative. Jessica is very welcoming so don’t be shy!
Step by Step with The Godly Chic Diaries
I encourage you to follow The Godly Chic Diaries if you’re not already doing so. The inspirational posts are lovely, and her blog post Focus on Moving Forward is one that may give you the extra push you need to keep going if you’re ready to give up. To quote part of the post, “Exist to be happy not to impress. Be your own advocate.”
Madelyn on Getting Past PTSD Triggers
Madelyn Griffith-Haynie takes on an important topic in this post about whether a person can truly heal from trauma. She talks in length about PTSD, its triggers, and moving forward. Madelyn investigates how the mind and your thoughts influence your healing process. By changing what we mentally link to a cue, we have the potential to create a new action to the old cue, Madelyn explains in this illuminating blog post.