Do you follow the instagram blog? They post beautiful images like these and they also link to some pretty amazing photographers and information. Here are just a few links from a recent post to give you a little taste of inspiration:
A few more interesting links I’ve found via the instagram blog
Windows 8.1 needs to come with this course from lynda.com! I mentioned in the most recent D4 podcast that I’ve recently made the switch to Windows 8 (or 8.1 more specifically). I honestly think that the jump from Windows 7 to Windows 8 was significant enough, that I could have made the switch to a Mac just as easily (although it would have cost me a lot more money). After being a baby about all the changes, I put on my big girl pants and went through this course at lynda.com so I could finally learn how to use this new operating system.
I’m pleased to say that I understand Windows 8 now and I actually really like it. Yay me! Yay lynda.com!
If you are struggling to learn a new program, or need a boost for another skill, check out the courses on lynda.com. You can sign up for one month, or save money with a longer subscription. You can also sign up for a 7 day free trial.
Here are the courses I have done so far and would recommend:
Classes I’m currently working on:
Have you taken any courses at lynda.com that you would recommend to me? I would love to know!
Love oneself. Generally speaking, that’s a hard thing for me to do. My guess is that a lot of you can relate. It’s only in recent memory that this has even been encouraged. Yet, Oscar Wilde seems to have had a thought about this back in the 1800s. Interesting.
I had fun with this piece though and I’m excited to add it to my album of mixed media pages (all done digitally, of course!).
Supplies: Quirky Heart (Michelle Godin) Love and Light
Surprise! One of my past template releases is on sale through July 21st for only $1.00. What a deal! If you didn’t pick this set up the first time around, now’s your chance.
You can see the full details of the template and some of my layouts in this previous post.
Also, since I never sent out my newsletter last week (sending one out today), I’m extending the sale on my newest release of SAILING though July 21st as well. You can find all the details in this post.
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These are the things that come to my mind when I think of summer:
1. Berries To Go, 2. Summer, 3. The Bouquet, 4. Popsicle, Lime, Cold. Yum., 5. Luggage, 6. Primary Adirondacks | 143/365, 7. Market, 8. Camping Paradise | Desolation Wilderness | Middle Velma Lake, 9. Picnic Basket
What do you think of when the word “summer” is mentioned? Photograph those thoughts, or search for images online. I love to search through Flickr for ideas.
I’m happily enjoying this summer season. Hope you all are too!