I’ve gotta talk up my giveaway here. Yew gize! One lucky winner will win TWELVE handmade gifts from a whole bunch of indie momma artists. And, it’s some pretty good stuff. Just do me a solid and enter it. Right here. Right now.
There’s a necklace from yours truly, wine glasses, a quilt, swanky baby and toddler goods, hand drawn prints, a rosary, a cookbook, an ornament, perfume, and some cool photography. Lots. of. goods.
I care enough to make sure you don’t miss out on anything I posted earlier this week. Obviously you have a good excuse for why you didn’t read. I forgive you. And I update you:
When creating a title for your posts that you want more attention for, keep it short and simple: get to the heart of your post while leaving room for explanation. Tell your readers what they will get from the post. What is in it for them? Why should they click? Try the following starters if you’re stuck:
- Use Numbers: Top 5… 3 Favorite… 10 Tips… 7 Best…
- Use words like How To, Tutorial, List, Secret, Quick Tips,
- Write a title that promises an inside look ie A Typical Day as a Teacher
- Ask a Question
I’m not the only bard in this neck of the Internet. Check out some gems that I didn’t Mark as Read before even getting to. In fact, I saved them to savor later. So, are they good? I don’t know. Let’s find out together:
Reading: the Magnificat and pairing it with my Blessed is She Advent journal
Eating: popcorn while I watch Peter Pan Live on NBC
Listening: Mike and I wait all year to listen to the Electronic Holidays station on Pandora
Wearing: still wearing my mocs without socks. Cold be damned.
Praying: that my anxiety in this pregnancy becomes calmer