The Notable Woman Blog is definitely my least frequent content. I’m much more of a talker than a writer although I will engage in the occasional written musing. I do however love to interview people for written posts, which is essentially me just talking to people in text… it always comes back to talking. Here you’ll find my own experiences, thoughts I want to share in a more concise way, and my written interviews.
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Guest expert Mikayla Colthirst-Reid is back with her best tips for us on burnout.
I love setting my New Year’s resolutions! Here’s a look at what I picked and why.
Even though The Notable Woman is still a tiny baby of a blog and podcast, I thought it would be fun to show the best of 2016.
Due to some great advice from Sarah Liddle, I reflected back on my 2016 so I could have an even more kickass 2017.
In this guide, I outline how I run my podcast The Notable Woman for both equipment and software. I also tell you what tutorials I used to learn the ropes!
In this blog post, I give simple tips on how you too can start your own blog, whether you need helping with color palette, hosting, graphics, and more.
After the election results last week, I received many texts, phone calls, and Facebook messages that the world needed The Notable Woman now more than ever. Meh, I thought. I didn’t know if I agreed.
As I’ve talked about here before, I used to have an impressive morning routine that kept me in good mental, spiritual, and physical shape. Keywords: “Used to. Kept.” I fell off my morning routine wagon, and it hasn’t been pretty. It’s been down and out ugly.
Mother Kristin Minara got a set of test results back to discover the baby she was carrying had spina bifida. And just like everything she does, Kristin embraced her unborn child and embraced her new life as a mother of a child with spina bifida. As it is the end of Spina Bifida Awareness month (October), I sat down with Kristin so she and Natalie, her young daughter, could spread that awareness to us.
You come home at the end of another long day, sit down to an excellent dinner prepared by your “stay at home Dad” husband, go for your family evening walk, bathe your son, read him a book, and after he’s in bed, then curl up with your — Facebook. You do too, you do! I see you there. And what do you see but that amazing Cheryl Helmick talking about her annual family fundraiser for charity.