Relationships are not about what you do together but how you feel together.
The first episode of the Wiser than Me podcast by Julia Louis-Dreyfus hooked me. Julia is featuring conversations with old ladies and what we can learn from them. The podcast is very well done. I’m looking forward to hearing more.
I loaded Pocket Casts up yesterday to give it a whirl and fell in love instantly. How easy it was to move my subscriptions over and discover new listens too. What a pleasure!
Like with other creative endeavors, your newsletter creation skills expand when you read newsletters in the first place. But, since so much of the action happens in emails, it’s easy to miss out on examples that could inspire your own newsletter. 24 Awesome Email Newsletter Examples (And What Makes Them Great) – Go WordPress Looking
I’m trying out the reblogging feature after one of my posts was reblogged this week for the first time ever as far as I know. Thanks to Gloria Michael for reblogging my post, “Teaching and Learning.” Very cool. This is my first reblog of another blogger’s post. See, “Women Explorers – Journey to the Last
I guess you could say that learning about different personality assessments has been a hobby of mine. I thought about listing them all out for you, but it gets ridiculous. Let’s just say my current favorites are my longest-studied one, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), then another couple that I think about regularly are the
Listen to Daws Butler Teaches You Dialects by Mr. Daws Butler on Audible. https://www.audible.com/pd?asin=B004YLSCSS&source_code=ASSORAP0511160006&share_location=pdp This book was the first that I studied for dialects when I started narrating fiction six years ago. I still review it regularly as I am essentially a mimic and listening to Daws Butler for this hour provides good practice for
Today I keep thinking about Mark Scatzker’s book “The End of Craving.” I read it at the end of last year, and it was one of my favorite books of the year. There were many interesting case studies and ideas in the book, and I highly recommend it. In particular, my thoughts return to Dana
I’m listening to Storyteller by Lorelei King, Ali Muirden, narrated by Lorelei King, Ali Muirden on my Audible app. Try Audible and get it here.
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Have you thought about unschooling? You must check out this short podcast from Sue Patterson, an unschooling expert, about your curriculum when unschooling. It really is this simple!
Last year, after trying many other resources, I found a teacher with a worthwhile online course about creating a wardrobe. Currently, I’m in her advanced class, and because her training was helpful for me…
Every little bit I can learn from Andi is a win! She is not kidding about consistency. Narrating an audiobook is a marathon and takes a special kind of person with exquisite stamina and attention to detail in addition to the obvious assets of advanced reading and comprehension ability and a pleasant-sounding voice. It’s a
Sue Patterson’s work is valuable not just for relationships with kids (a.k.a parenting) but relationships with anyone. We all could likely use a little remedial relationship-building course of study. Check her out and pass on her work to others if you find it helpful…