Saturday Stumbles {04.02.11}

Saturday Stumbles are a compilation of posts I’ve found throughout the week that I think you might enjoy reading as well.
Feel free to leave your thoughts and links to additional quality posts in the comments below.

From desiringGod: Hear Me Roar! {on why women are increasingly less happy}

“For ultimately, our identity is a matter decided not by us, but by the One who in the beginning created us male and female.”

From Copyblogger: 38 Critical Books Every Blogger Needs to Read {have you read any on this list?}

“First, you have to get effective yourself. Then you have to get effective with others — people on your team, and people you are supervising. Then you’ve got to understand some numbers, and learn to think like a marketer, an entrepreneur, and a CEO.”

From ProBlogger: How to Write in a More Personal and Engaging Tone

“Have you ever felt a personal connection with a blogger who you’ve never met and have no real reason to feel connection with?”

From Inspired to Action: Mom Tips: How to Get Things Done, Pt. 3

“The key to finding the perfect system is to not be afraid to try and try again to see what works for you.”

From ProBlogger: The Better Blogging Formula: Think, Do, Write

“By actually doing the things you want to write about, and reporting on the results, you add a whole new level of proprietary information that brings your blog post to life.”

From Biz Chick Blogs: How Being a Good Friend Helps Your Social Media Efforts

“… you already have the skills you need to succeed in social media. You’re a great friend, right? And you can be great at social media.”

What great reads have you come across this week? Share a link or two in the comments below!

  • JennaFarelyn

    thank you for sharing your list this week, lots of good blogging advice!

    • Ashley Pichea

      I love to share the highlights of my blog reading each week. Thanks for taking the time to check them out!

  • Cris Davis

    I’ve awarded you with a Lovely Blogger Award over at Mom. Nonstop.

    • Ashley Pichea

      Thanks so much, Cris!!