I read a lot of blogs. Not just one or two, but a whole bunch. Many are for professional reasons, such as on education. Others are just for the “heck of it”. Recently, I have come across a number of blogs that make me smile and think “out of the box”. There is something about them that is full of either “warm and fuzzy feelings” or ” pearls of wisdom”. Since, I believe in sharing information that is helpful for others, feel free to comment below. By the way, none of the authors know I am writing this blog and including theirs in my list. Welcome to my random list.. can’t wait to read yours.
NOAHSDAD.com Meet Noah, an adorable toddler who happened to have been born with Down Syndrome. His Dad has been chronicling their lives for quite some time. This blog is full of beautiful photography and pure joy. I love the videos including NOAHS FIRST STEPS. Warning, you may feel your ears swell with happy tears.
Jodi, Jodi, Jodi! Where were you and your college financial blog when our family started the college search and savings plans? Well, our loss should be another’s gain… so readers…please run , don’t walk to Jodi Okun’s blog College Financial Advisors Also, follow Jodi on TWITTER
He is fab and so is his blog. Gotta love the DAILY DIMMICK blog by Stephen Dimmick. We met via FRIENDS OF RICKI (THE social media group in conjunction with the Ricki Lake Show). I found his sense of humor hysterical and his dedication towards helping animals in peril- a true mitzvah! Glad I came across Stephen’s blogs and hope you will, too!
I LOVE TWITTER... should I shout that AGAIN! Really, TWITTER has introduced me to people and services, that I would have no idea about if I hadn’t connected via this venue. This leads me to my “visual website choice..” Amy Goodman. You may know Amy from various television programs. I recently, read her book WEAR THIS, TOSS THAT. This book is a perfect summer time read. I really started salivating at some of the purses and outfits and honestly hope we meet someday so Amy can access my wardrobe selections. The book has a fair amount of constructive tips on assembling a commonsense wardrobe. Even for those who are far from being a fashionista- like myself. Her website is chocked full of great info, too. Bookmark it!
Another great “find” on TWITTER was Allana Pratt. Known as an intimacy expert, she has a great blog that helps heal and nurture relationships. Much of her work is to help those who have had complicated lives and are in need of assistance with healing from the inside outward. Allana is your person. Her website is for mature audiences, meaning those who are in need of intimacy help. CLICK HERE
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