This week there has been quite a few blogs and articles that are notable for their emphasis on vulnerability, truth-telling, and the wide world of blogging:
D.L. Mayfield wrote an excellent post about writing and mothering in “Write Like A Mother”
My friend Lily has an excellent blog series running on Christians and the Church. Her hubby wrote a post today that was both inspiring and gentle in it’s admonition that we consider sex both “dangerous” and “beautiful.”
This awesome post:
“Ah, and there it was again, this age-old, heart-breakingly cruel thing we women do to ourselves. We compare ourselves to someone else and come up wanting. We look at what someone else is doing and feel our own contributions mean less, are worth less, amount to less.” Katrina Kenison on “The Gift of Presence”
We don’t have to be brave on our own: Sarah Bessey on bravery.
This fascinating look at the different sides of depression and creativity in photographs.
Hollywood Housewife writes about blogging with “The Conversation Bloggers are Having About You.”
My week has been busy with two publications, one at Bedlam on millennial life “Why We Millennials Are Not Special Snowflakes,” and over at Christianity Today’s Hermeneutics blog with “Bright Lights, Big Cities”
Have a great week!