Thursday, November 21, 2013

5 cool 31-day series: ADHD to wardrobe to husbands

Last month, several bloggers participated in a challenge to post for 31 days on a specific subject. The idea of doing that was too overwhelming for me, but I really enjoyed several that I came across during the month and wanted to share them.

I thought they all had interesting and practical ideas throughout their series. And here they are: 

1. Rochelle Barlow's Learning American Sign Language. This series stops at Day 16 but it was so interesting and so helpful that I had to share it!  

2. Creative Home Keeper's 31 days to a wardrobe you'll actually love. Victoria's posts inspired me to go through all of my clothes and purge and be intentional about what I wear.

3. Serving Joyfully's 31 days of loving my husband intentionally really helped me see my husband in a different light and change the way I respond to him. It was a great reminder of how my words and attitude can set the tone for our entire household.

4. Beth Cranford shared 31 days to find your ideal business. She has several interesting ideas for making money through self-employment. 

5. And Nerdy Mom had a great series on 31 days of ADHD. I just think in our world today you can't know enough about ADHD. If you aren't parenting a child diagnosed with this disorder it's likely you will have a family member or friend who experiences it themselves or with their child, or someone in your work place or school. I think it's worth learning more.

I can tell these gals put a ton of work into their posts. I am in awe of what they have accomplished and am inspired for my own blogging future. If you have a minute, go check them out!

17 comments:

  1. Thanks for the round up. Looking forward to reading some of these that I havent read yet!

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  2. Thanks for the heads up about these posts! I'm most interested in checking out the loving my husband intentionally one.

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    1. Yes, that one I need every day. We work together and are together A LOT and sometimes that leads to frustrations :)

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  3. I thought the same thing as Katy. That I should go read the one about loving my husband. The poor man--I often neglect him in the busyness of life.

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    1. Oh my it's so easy to do. My hubby and I take each other for granted sometimes because we work together. I want to see him a new every day and pray for him and see him as being on my team.

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  4. Thank you so much for the recommendations. I see a few I'll be looking in to.

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  5. Thanks for sharing. I need to look at two of these series! I'm with you, I have not been able to do a 31 day series yet. I am also slowing down a bit in December. I need more time for writing my book.

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    1. Oh my, it looks like a huge undertaking. I'd have to be WAY more organized than I am now :)

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  6. I really enjoyed Rochelle's series. I actually learned quite a few things that I didn't know before. I haven't read the others but will check them out. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. I was the same way. I really looked forward to it every day she posted.

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  7. Great links! I will definitely be checking these out more thoroughly. I loved Rochelle's ASL series. I hope she picks it up again when she returns to blogging. :) Thanks for sharing these.

    ~Lorelai
    Life With Lorelai

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    1. I did too and I too hope she finishes it. Thanks for stopping by, Lorelai (that rhymes, at least I think it does, ha!)

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  8. I loved the series by Serving Joyfully as well!!!!! Thanks for the round up, as I am going to try checking them out a little later today! :)
    Blessings
    ~Heather <3
    The Welcoming House BLog

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    1. Yes, it definitely affected my way of thinking and made me more intentional in my response to dear hubby :) Thanks Heather!

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  9. That's so cool! I haven't heard of a month of posts on the same subject.

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    1. I had never heard it before either, but it seems like a big undertaking! The results of those who did it were amazing!

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