The Apple of My Eye in July
My Favourite Medium Stories from July 2019
I’ve never believed that as writers we are in competition but rather believe that we are in this together.
A Rising Tide Raises All Boats
So I want to share with you some posts (in no particular order) that I gave a full 50 claps to recently!
One caveat: I had a lot more time to read in the month of July and so chose to limit my list of favourites before it got too unwieldy.
Why the Mention of Weeds in a Garden Made Me Cry by Bett Harris takes a look at expectations and how awe can open our eyes to the new.
Why the Mention of Weeds in a Garden Made Me Cry
On forgetting — And remembering — And not forgetting again
In Become a Better Writer Today Jim Woods provides 8 specific things you can keep in mind to become a better writer.
Become A Better Writer TODAY
I’ve been writing seriously for about 9 years now. As you can imagine, I’ve seen some serious ups and downs over that…
Paul Phillips shares how a children’s story caused him to reflect on his wolf-like character and the promise of grace.
Do you want to pray more effectively? Mishael Witty shares insights into using the Lord’s Prayer as a model for powerful prayers.
Marvin explores the way to best find your place in the world.
Closing The Gap Between The World And You
How do you find the thing you’re meant to contribute in the world?
Nupoor Raj reminds us that we are born for a reason.
This one is for women only….Melanie Rockett tells a delightful tale of her experiences with bras.
Want to increase your productivity…in a fun way? Tiffany Shera gives 6 doable ways to do this.
6 Fun Things You Can Do to Increase Productivity
We all know it. The most efficient way to work less is to increase the productivity of the hours you work, doing more…
kanupriyasindhu offers three excellent ways to control screen time.
Tom Marcoux gives great insight into how to deal with criticism.
Move Forward Successfully Even When You’re Criticized
Why you can step into Your Power with one thought. Unleash yourself from negative criticism.
Nancy Peckenham shares in a beautiful and poignant look at memory and living in the moment.
When You Can’t Remember Any Details
I now think of my mother as floating in an ocean of memories.
Although my children are grown I found this story by Nicole Robinson very helpful in giving me ideas on how to cheer on my grandchildren.
Parenting in the Wild #4
Parenting advice that totally makes sense, but you just can’t pull off in real life.
Tracy Gerhardt-Cooper opens our eyes to the need for renewed gratitude and passion for God.
Did you read any stories that resonated with you? Please share them here so I (and others) can read and enjoy them too!