Roundtable: The Last Thing I Read that Moved Me

Words are as powerful as you want them to be. They can be harsh. They can be kind. They don’t have to be complex. They are what you want it to be!

Great resource to highlight how words can have an impact on you and the people surrounding you. When teaching remember your words can have an influence on the person who you are teaching. Keep passionate about your subject and that will shine through your teaching and work!

The Daily Post

Whether you’re a seasoned blogger or a recent graduate of Blogging 101, chances are you spend quite a bit of time reading. You might be browsing the WordPress.com Reader regularly for new blogs to follow, digging into your favorite author’s latest release, or doing some research for your next post.

Whatever the source, I’m sure we all experience — and savor — those moments when we’re pulled out of the flow of reading by something unexpectedly powerful: a memorable turn of phrase, a heartwarming or gut-wrenching anecdote told particularly well, a story that, for some reason, resonates with us and with what we’re going through at that moment.

There’s a great deal of serendipity involved in those moments; you never know when you might strike gold next. Here are some of our latest finds — we hope you enjoy them (and that you share some of yours, too).

erica varleseErica Varlese

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