Posts Tagged "Jessie Clemence"

What Julia Child can teach us about starting a new life (and simmering brains) by Jessie Clemence

What Julia Child can teach us about starting a new life (and simmering brains) by Jessie Clemence

By on Dec 28, 2016 in Blog | 3 comments

This post originally ran on Jessie Clemence’s blog. Visit her website for more delightful content!  ~*~ I’ve been slowly making my way through My Life in France, by Julia Child and Alex Preud’homme. (If you’ve seen  the movie Julie & Julia, you have a good idea of the book.)  Julia and her Alex, her nephew-in-law, went back through old letters and memories...

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Exhaling…After Breathe-ing In by Kathleen Conklin

Exhaling…After Breathe-ing In by Kathleen Conklin

By on Oct 24, 2016 in Blog | 6 comments

I have to confess: I almost didn’t go to the conference. Sure, I had been registered for months, but it would have been so easy to find a reason to stay home, firmly ensconced in the familiar. On the drive from metro Detroit Friday morning, self-doubt again reared its ugly head: What do you think you’re doing? You haven’t written anything original in two years....

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Your Social Media Needs Great Graphics: How to Find and Design the Perfect Image for Every Post by Jessie Clemence

Your Social Media Needs Great Graphics: How to Find and Design the Perfect Image for Every Post by Jessie Clemence

By on Sep 24, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Author Jessie Clemence is a new member of the Breathe Planning Committee. She’s also sharing in our conference breakout sessions. Attendees will learn from Jessie about the need for great graphics in social media. Here’s a little teaser of what she’ll share at the Conference.  ______________________________________________________________________ A...

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Every Voice Matters by Jessie Clemence

Every Voice Matters by Jessie Clemence

By on Jul 11, 2016 in Blog | 6 comments

Why do we bother writing? Do you ever ask yourself that question? I ask myself all the time. It’s not like I’m reaching millions of readers like J.K. Rowling, C.S. Lewis, or even the Apostle Paul. My efforts for the cause seem pitiful and I begin to wonder if my time would be better spent gardening or vacuuming my carpet. But I found this passage in Madeleine...

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