Bits and Clips for November 2022

Bits and Clips for November 2022

This Bits and Clips post is a monthly feature on this blog highlighting the best that I saw, read or heard on the internet in the past month. I hope you find something in all these photos, paintings, quotes, poems, memes, or links that inspires, interests, educates, helps, motivates, or enlightens you:


Masking with a Gelli Plate

Metaphor: Digging for Water


In the red zone

Nikon’s Small World


You are Already Complete


How Do I Spark My Creativity?

The 25 Travel Experiences You Must Have

Planning to Fly? You’ll Need This ID.

Making a Difference & How Words of Positivity Keep Stealing Hearts

The 75 Best Gifts Under $50


How to Be a Better Reader


Swedish Rye Cookies

Thousand Layer Lasagna

Do Not Ask Claire Saffitz for Baking Hacks

Helen Wells




Elena Degenhardt


Sheila Davis











Debra Stewart





Susan Typert









Tansy Hargan



Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer



Peggy Davidson Post



Lachlan Goudie
























Allison Krajcik








Halla Shafey









Teresa Smith






Arline Richman











Erin Hanson








Karen Stamper









Blog reader Terrilynn meets artist Brian Rutenburg

















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.


  1. Jane Cheema 1 year ago

    I love, love, love starting my day off by reading your blog. It is really wonderful. I enjoy them all and I especially love the Bits and Clips “round-up.” After reading it and lingering over it, I always wish that they could be put into a book … a soft covered book and one that could be kept on a kitchen counter or in one’s purse, so that it could be quietly waiting to be strolled through, when a quiet time comes about. And what lovely gifts these small and soft books would make, since wonderful words, beautiful colors, wise sayings and more, would always be at hand.

  2. Sue Krevitt 1 year ago

    And thank you thank you thank you
    for being….being such a bright light…
    for sharing so bountifully and beautifully!

    You have blessed my life.


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