Friday, February 6, 2015

Links, Links, and More Links {Seven Quick Takes}

1. I have had one crazy full and fun week. The fullness continues with a busy schedule today and tomorrow. Instead of writing anything of my own during my free time (totally ignoring all the blogging advice that says write content for yourself before reading other people's blogs), I have been quickly reading through new posts in my Bloglovin feed. I enjoyed several of them, and I wanted to share them here in case you missed them. 

2. Sometimes being blessed abundantly feels messy and unsure. Check out Mary's post My Cup Runneth Over (and it maketh a mess).

3. Rakhi's post You Are Precious To God is a beautiful reminder that every person has value and is loved.

4. The Right to be Comfortable: Sloping Toward a Stepford Society by Julie at These Walls is so, so good. Read it!

5. I hope that you are receiving the Blessed is She devotions in your inbox and that you have already read this morning's devotion by Britt Fisk. If not, please click over and read Letting Go of What others Think.

6. I am hosting a link-up to show some love and support to blogs with smaller readerships. It closes on Monday, February 9th at 11:55 pm est. Check out the post to read about some great blogs! And I would love for you to join the link-up! Here are the rules: 

Write a post featuring you favorite lesser known blogs. You know the ones that I am talking about, the blogs you love to read, but for some reason, the blog just doesn't have a big following. 

In your post list the blog name and author name(s), give an explanation of why you like reading the blog, and share one or two posts that you think are a must read. 

There is no limit to the number of lesser known blogs that you can write about in your post. It doesn't matter if you write about two, five, or ten. 

Bonus: If you have a small readership and you want to link to your favorite post, also, then go for it! 

7. In case you missed my posts last week, I wrote about my nonexistent relationship with my biological father and how I got over it, and  I also wrote about one of my favorite topics: diet, nutrition, and hormones

Linking up with Kelly at This Ain't the Lyceum for Seven Quick Takes
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