What Inspires Me (October Edition)

The October edition of “What Inspires Me” is a little late, but here nonetheless!

Timely:
I rarely discuss politics in anything I post, but I wanted to present this article, which I think Christians not only need to read, but also digest and take to heart. 7 Things Christians Need to Remember About Politics

Sports-Related:
Here is football player to look up to as a role model. Shame on fans for their behavior. Athletes are humans too, and deserve to be treated that way. Eric Winston’s Powerful Statement

Challenging:
From KReadsblurbsMy Spouse is Not My Provider. How do we view God as our Provider?


Celebratory:
I learned something about women in science as Maria Popova presents Minimalist Posters Celebrating Six Pioneering Women in Science. This post is inspired by my mom, who has always been a strong advocate for helping girls get interested in math and science career fields.

Introvert Power:
Susan Cain, author of the book, “Quiet” does a TED Talk. Just makes me more excited to finish the book!

Realistic:
Cal Newport provides some real world advice that hit home for me in The Real Reason You Haven’t Found Work You Love (The Wisdom of Cal Newport). (And I learned while posting this that my husband went to college with Cal!)

Motivating:
Donald Miller provides a great marketing tip for those of us who are pursuing book writing/publishing…How I Used Twitter to Write a Book

Mark Batterson blogs 10 Writing Tips, which is encouragement to me as a long-time writer, but new to the journey of publishing.


Insightful:
From Two to One shares her personal struggle with a very public hobby. How a Very Private Person Learned to Blog Publicly

What inspires you this month? Please share in the comment section!

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