by Molly Jo Realy @RealMojo68
Frankly, My Dear . . . : Momma says, “Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched.”
I packed up almost thirty pieces of clothing to give away today. Thirty, y’all. I thought my closet would look sparse. Hungry, even. But, nope. There it is, all neat and pretty. Straightened. Dust free. And dare I say, organized.
Oh, and the shoes. That’s right. This Girl tossed out four pairs of shoes.
And I’d do it again.
My Momma always says, “Less is more.”
Now, I’m not always a fan of most of my Momma’s mantras. … read the rest. . .
by Beckie Lindsey @BeckieLindsey_
Beckie Lindsey: Can You Identify a Counterfeit?
One of the hottest topics in our culture today is fake news. Obviously, not all news is fake. At the same time, not everything we hear and read is true. It goes without saying the importance of knowing the difference between what is authentic and what is counterfeit.
The United States Secret Service advises the best way to guard against the threat of accepting counterfeit currency, is to become more familiar with authentic currency.
The same concept can be applied to our walk with God.
The Bible states … read the rest. . .
by Edie Melson @EdieMelson
(republished with permission. And be sure to check out my post today on Edie’s blog, The Write Conversation. ~Molly Jo)
Edie Melson: How to Craft a Perfect Facebook Post Using Headline Techniques
With a compelling headline, a browser becomes a reader. In the same way, a compelling Facebook post gives the web surfer the impetus to visit your blog or buy your book. But what makes a great headline?
Frankly, My Dear . . . : What makes a great headline?
The best posts contain your entire message in one memorable bite…without spoiling the … read the rest. . .