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Elizabeth’s Note: As an entrepreneurial writer, I belong to a professional online membership group called Marketing Trailblazers. The members and group leaders are incredibly generous in sharing their tips, knowledge, and best practices, so it has been a wonderful way to keep up with the world of online business. One of my colleagues there, Luc […]
From abject fear to utter joy and liberation After the horror of Jesus’s crucifixion, suffering, and death, as the disciples huddled in fear and disbelief, imagine how they felt when they first heard the joyful cry, “He’s Alive!” Our churches don’t often dwell on the awful time between the suffering and death of Jesus on […]
Discover the impact and joy of personal, handwritten notes and letters
Welcome to my guest this week, Shannon Hood, creator of A Forever Letter blog and a fellow evangelist for note and letter writing. We’ll be supporting each other in this noble cause, and I’m so glad she let me share this post with you. See below for more about Shannon. So you’re thinking about becoming […]
Note writing is a powerful arrow in your #HeartspokenLife quiver. I love to write (and receive) personal handwritten notes, and I know their impact can far outweigh the time it takes to pen and mail them. Notes can reframe the world’s negativity Besides traditional note writing (e.g., thank you notes, sympathy notes), you can also […]
Part of the joy of writing personal notes is the enticing array of beautiful handmade papers available from artists and stationers. In my writing, I’ve explored connection from lots of angles, but an online acquaintance with Dr. John Gaudet has helped me connect with the earliest history of paper. Here’s John’s bio from his website […]