Bits and Clips for September 2018

Bits and Clips for September 2018

Bits and Clips for September 2018

This is a monthly feature on this blog of the best that I read, saw, or heard on the internet that month. I hope you find something in the many links and meme’s below that inspires, helps, interests, or challenges you. I have divided the links by category for your convenience:

Art:

How to Make Friendship Bracelets (Video)

Spirituality:

Protected and Guided During a Hurricane

Pure and Simple

The Tiny Blond Bible Teacher Taking on the Evangelical Political Machine

From Being a Victim to Victory

Moments of Discovery (podcast)

Getting a Jump on Loving Others

Drop limited, prejudiced thinking

Ideas:

Veterans in Congress know what it means to put country first

Between Solitude and Loneliness

Abby Wambach: Barnard Commencement Address

How to gain control of your free time

This Is the Ultimate Vacation Spot for Hyper Blue Lovers

John McCain’s Funeral was the Biggest Resistance Meeting Yet

Barack Obama’s Eulogy to John McCain

Meghan McCain: My Father was a Warrior

How to Teach Yourself Hard Things

Let Teenagers Sleep In

What I Learned About Working Parenthood After My Kids Grew Up

Amid fires and hurricanes, price of climate change begins to hit home

Neil DeGrasse Tyson Examines The ‘Unspoken Alliance’ Between Science And War

I Believe Her

The Museum of the Moon: An Illuminated 23-Foot Lunar Replica Currently Touring the World

Here’s How America Uses its Land

I Didn’t Know

National Sexual Assault Hotline Spiked 147% During Christine Blasey Ford Hearing

Books:

Surviving the Ordinary: Why We Need Memoirs of Regular Lives

Audible vs. Libros.FM: Which Audiobooks Option Should You Choose?

Food:

My Crazy Summer of Squash

How to Make Pesto Like an Italian Grandmother

Mid-month September Whole30 Reflections

Hope:

North Carolina’s Famous Wild Horses Emerge from Hurricane Florence Unscathed

                                                                                                  

I work to amplify good wherever I find it. I love color, texture, beauty, great ideas, nature, metaphor, deliciousness, genuine spirituality, and exploring new territory. I encourage authenticity, nurture creativity, champion sustainability, promote peace, and hope to foster a new renaissance where we all are free to be our most fulfilled, multifaceted, and terrific selves. Read more here.

2 Comments

  1. Barbara Shapokas 3 weeks ago

    Excellent! A wonderful gift. Enjoy reading and looking at your e-mails.
    Knowing you will have much success in all the coming months.

  2. Carolyn 2 weeks ago

    Thanks so much for all your inspiring and healing posts!

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