The BlogHer Women’s conference ended over the weekend with lots of neat photos on Instagram and shared stories. Melinda Gates was a keynote speaker!
Also, week one of Womenslives Weekly Link Up is over. It’s been a huge learning curve about how to set up a link up, but it all worked out.
And thanks to Emilie Peck, who writes on Alternative Wiring, a blog about living and writing with dyslexia. (She was the first one to link up! Woohoo!) It was insightful to read about how cursive handwriting can be difficult to read for young students with dyslexia, and I appreciate her honesty about balancing life.
Here are some other fantastic articles to share:
Womenslives Weekly Link Up 7/23
Week #2 of womenslives weekly link up is here! If you have a story – article, blog post, photo, or thought – please link up. I’d love to read your story and get to know you. For more information about #Womenlives Weekly Link Up, click on the hyperlink for more information.
Free Health Code Next Week
Finally, I am going to give a review AND share a freebie code to receive women’s and family health advice from a medical health professional. It’s a new app available in iTunes and coming soon to Android devices. It’s actual advice from a female health professional!
From my hometown to yours,