It’s FRIDAY! Woot woot!! The day of the week we share of favorites and pretend we’re really just sitting down for a cup of coffee & some girl time 🙂
Let’s get to it, yeah?
The Significant of Small – I’m over at (in)courage today with a post inspired by a fence and how it’s changing my perception of my significance. Yep. I promise it makes more sense when you read it 😉
The Art of Work – Now, normally if an author had emailed me about my story and then decided not to use in their book, I might not share it with you. BUT because it’s Jeff and he’s just so nice & crazy talented and I adore this book, I’m going to encourage you to go get your copy. FREE. A for real, paperback copy. Because you can do that until March 23rd here.
In addition to your free paperback book, you’ll receive:
- A downloadable PDF of the book so you can start reading today
- A video mini-course to help you find your calling
- A downloadable workbook with practical action steps to follow
- An exclusive community of people pursuing their life’s purpose
- Access to the author for community Q&A
Go ahead. I’ll wait while you go take advantage of THAT awesomeness because I’d really hate for you to miss out.
Duck Commander Devotions for Kids – so for the last year or so we’ve been reading Madi a nighttime devotion out of a great Sheila Walsh book called “God’s Little Princess Bedtime Devotional.” Madi loves it and we love how quick and easy they are to read at bedtime, but we’re on our second time through and we were all ready for something new. This new devo for kids by Korie Robertson and Chrys Howard is so much fun – and since we’re big Duck Dynasty fans in our house, we love already knowing that the values Madi will learn in this book will be the same ones we teach. Plus, it’s just really fun, with cute illustrations, Truth that is accessible for our three year old but also reminders Matt & I need to hear as well. Each one comes with a fun little activity and it’s as family-focused as their show. Definitely a bedtime devo winner in our house!
Duff Till Dawn – oh man, y’all. We used to watch Ace of Cakes all the time when it was on the Food Network and we’ve missed Duff! His new show concept makes me feel old because there is no way I could actually stay awake to do it – two teams compete to build amazing cakes around a theme Duff chooses – but it all has to happen over night. Like all night. As in those early morning hours when you should be SLEEPING. It’s funny and the contestants are insanely talented and I wish they could pass slices of cake through the TV at the end.
Zumba pants – I jokingly told someone last week that “Zumba pants are the new yoga pants” and they didn’t know what I was talking about. These. Get yourself a pair of these (ok, wait until they go on sale because they’re a little pricey).
They’re so comfortable to wear around the house AND they actually stay up during Zumba, which is kind of important. There’s nothing worse than spending an hour trying to Zumba and make sure your pants aren’t falling off. Not that I would know <– I totally know.
Once again, I’ve got nothing here. I think I need to change that graphic to say “Read, Watch, Wear, Other Stuff That Doesn’t Fit In Any Of The Other Categories.”
Anyway, I’ll just wrap up by saying that I want to hear from you about what you want to learn in my new 30 day #CreativeBasics course that starts in April!
- What confuses you about making social media or blog graphics?
- What do you wish you could do?
- In a dream world, what would you love to know?
I’m all ears!
And if you missed it earlier this week, just click the button to sign up to get on the list for the course so you don’t miss anything – we’ll start April 1st!
Jennifer Frisbie says
OH! I had no idea there was a Duck Commander for kids. We have the adult version and my husband does an amazing job of bringing it down to the level of our kids, but we’ve gone through the entire year and they’re wanting more. This might be a great option. Thanks for posting this!
For your class I would love to learn if you start with your own photos or stock images, what resources you use for stock images. Also, what programs do you use for editing and can I do it with my old laptop or do I need something fancy like a mac to operate programs such as that? I can make graphics on my phone using the over app, but I’d love to learn how to do it on my computer for the best quality. 🙂
Awesome Sheri! I’m going to be covering all of that, so you should be all set 🙂