Wednesday Share Thread 6/7/23

1 - Share a win! This is about celebrating ourselves and each other. Share something you accomplished over the last week, either personal or blogging-related.

2 - Share a resource! Is there something you discovered recently that you found helpful? Maybe an article, a webinar, a course, or someone to follow on social media. It could be anything!

Feel free to do one or both!

I’ll put mine below, and I encourage others to jump in as well.

My win is that I got a post up this week despite being very distracted with end of school things for my kids and prepping for my trip this weekend.

My resource is totally random, and honestly it’s more a second win, but I was able to trade in a very old Kindle that I thought was useless, get a (very) little money for it, and get a 20% off code for another Kindle device. I was cleaning things out and was going to throw it away because it was seriously over 10 years old but I checked and was able to get something out of it instead!


My win for this week is a 3 recipe photo and video project I pitched to food blogger.

I’m loving the Niche Site Lady’s email newsletters as she shares some interesting non-food developments in the blogging world and handy SEO tips.


Win: Got an awesome new sponsor for the EBT podcast!

Resource: Just finished Ed Mylett’s book The Power of One More. It was good! Not like the bestest of them, but definitely good enough to recommend if you’re looking for encouragement about how to level up.


Win: Just finished cooking and packing up 11 meals for my 82 year-old Mother-in-Law (I package 21 meals per week, B, L, and D) she still has a great appetite, so these meals have a lot going on - all wholefood/real food with lot’s of vegetables.

I realize my resource doesn’t have anything to do with food blogging - so I hope it’s okay to share. I thought it might be helpful to someone else in the community…we all have so much going on in the background as we grow our businesses.

Resource: I know my Mother-in-Law is starting to have memory issues, yet her primary care physician says she’d pass a cognitive exam. (Basically, I’m hearing she’s not bad enough to have meds) so I’m researching memory care on my own and am working through “The End of Alzheimer’s Program - The First Protocol To Enhance Cognition and Reverse Decline at any Age”


I have a very old Kindle too (with the buttons) it’s such a relic, I almost don’t want to get rid of it…but now you have me thinking.

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@Chele - I really like my new Kindle. I got the Paperwhite Signature and so far I’m very happy with it. Already I’m liking how compact it is on trips where I don’t have to take thick, heavy books with me in my carryon!