Inspiration Filter
  1. : the great debate :

    Musings on inspiration that will resonate with any blogger: “Ideas, I’ve decided, are like birds, very, very skittery. Attempt a sudden grab and, fwip, away it goes.” The Whirly Girl had a great idea for a post… but what was it, again?

    Humor
  2. Share Your Passion: A Writer (and New Blogger) on Finding a Community for Her Work

    “There is no writer’s block other than the will of the writer.”

    Inspiration
  3. “What If People Could Tell Their Own Stories?”

    “Stories,” writes Lisa Katayama, “help us make sense of our world.”

    Diversity
    What's your story? How are you telling it on your blog, website, or portfolio?
  4. “Nothing opens the mind and heart to a spiritual experience like solitude. It may not always be easy, and there will undoubtedly be some lonesome, wistful moments, but it is these very moments that allow a spiritual journey to unfold.”

    Books
  5. 100 Days of Watercolor: Artist Soo Nathan Aims to Conquer a New Medium

    Follow the 100-day watercolor project of India-based artist Soo Nathan.

    Art
  6. Looking for God in Messy Places

    “Life is messy. And you’ll find God right in the middle of it. That’s the Jesus message.” Jake Owensby, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Western Louisiana, explores peace, reconciliation, and justice through the lens of his faith.

    Inspiration
    A Syrian boy peeks from behind a wall near a mobile clinic at a refugee camp in the southern town of Zahrani, south of the port city of Sidon, Lebanon, Monday, Sept. 7, 2015. There are some 1.2 million registered Syrian refugees in Lebanon, many of them living in flimsy tents scattered across the country. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)
  7. Write Through It: The A to Z Challenge by Susanna Sturgis

    Professional editor Susanna Sturgis takes on the A to Z Challenge.

    Inspiration
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    Image by Lizzie Ward
  9. Hello Hygge

    Kayleigh might be based in Brighton, UK, but her love for all things Nordic and comforting led her to launch Hello Hygge, inspired by the Danish concept of coziness and focused on food, design, and travel.

    Cooking
  10. Revisiting the Shadow Syllabus: An Education Must-Read by Sonya Huber

    Read Sonya Huber’s “Shadow Syllabus,” a standout post on education from 2014.

    Education
  11. Well, Hello There: Set a Welcome Message on Your Site

    Introduce yourself — or your business — with a welcome message on your front page.

    Business
    Photo by Nathan (CC BY-SA 2.0)
  12. “Brave and Reckless” Advice: Five Tips for New Bloggers from Christine Ray

    Practical advice from new blogger Christine Ray on growing your site and audience.

    Inspiration
  13. Fifteen Blogging Tips from a (Relatively) New Member of the Community

    A few months into her WordPress.com blogging adventure, Christine Ray of Brave and Reckless shares her spot-on observations on how to build a successful site — and a loyal audience.

    Inspiration
  14. Art
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