I look back to posts I've read or written and I think; what touched me, moved me, or made me think differently this week?
Then, lucky you, I share them with you! I hope they touch, move, or grow you in some way as well!
I call them my QUICK PICKS
Maybe you'll see something you wrote because it inspired, touched, or moved me.
THAT would be awesome, huh?
All you have to do is hover over the red underlined links or title, click, and presto, you're on your way to some pretty amazing reads, without ever having to have searched around for them!!
Quick Picks of Jan. 18-24, 2015
That's a question Charmaine Coimbra asks in her post, The Circle of Life, the Planet, the Solar System, and Beyond.
In this early morning musing, Charmaine asks some very interesting questions that has the potential to change how I do things on a daily basis. It has wonderful photos that make you want to dream of things beyond who you are right now. You won't regret reading this one.
So says, Vidya Sury over at Vidya Sury Going a-musing, and collecting smiles in her post Is Laundry Only a Woman's Job
Vidya asks us to think about how we think about household chores. Whose responsible?
Does it make for a more peaceful household if the chores are shared?
This post had me thinking about how I'm raising my children in this maddening world. Am I teaching them everything I can? Does my husband set a good example?
This one will get you thinking as Vidya shares her laundry story! Don't miss it!
Sherry Bevan said a mouth full with just 5 words in her post Whose Love Did You Crave the most as a Child over at the Inspiration Party blog.
This post talks all about how our behavior changes based on how we were parented and loved. Many times our own children are speaking to us about what they need, even when we think it's just another temper tantrum.
Have you ever thought about whose love you craved the most as a child? Have you ever wondered what impact that's had on your life? No? Well, stop on by and visit this post and enjoy some insight about how love changes lives!
Those are words of wisdom from I (Robyn Whetstone) wrote this week at Essence of a Family in her post Sometimes, Peace Passes All Understanding
In this post, a young man talks about his life as the son of a terrorist and how he chose a different life. His story is both inspirational and heartbreaking. Sometimes it's about perspective more than it's about emotions because there are just some things in life we can't understand.
Do you ever feel like life is out to get you? That things will never get better? Me too! Stop by, read and listen to a story that could just change your perspective!