I Showed Up In the Quick Sprout Infographic, "Why We Like, Comment, and Share on Facebook"

I was referenced in this Quick Sprout infographic, which was then used in this Hubspot article, much to my surprise. It's always odd to find myself quoted or referenced without having been notified that it's out there, but I'm not complaining.

"Why We Like, Comment, and Share on Facebook", courtesy of: Quick Sprout

"Why We Like, Comment, and Share on Facebook", courtesy of: Quick Sprout

Thanks goes out to Donna Schwartz Mills for pointing this mention out to me on Facebook, and also to Neil Patel for including me!

Grace in Small Things No. 571

Wage a battle against embitterment and take part in Grace in Small Things, a community for acknowledging and growing gratitude.

  1. There is a haze from the 121 northern forest fires that are burning in Saskatchewan right now. It's a little hard to breathe, but the quality of light filtered through the smoke is kind of magical.
  2. Roasted yam, walnut, and cranberry salad is brilliant.
  3. A kitty cat bounded out from under a car to head-butt my leg and then ran back into his shade.
  4. A man on a motorbike rumbled up to a stop light next to me, and he was blasting 1940s Big Band music. I gave him a thumbs-up.
  5. My brother called and told me about all the fun he and his wife and kids are going to have this summer, and I love hearing about the joy he finds with them.
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Elan Morgan

Elan Morgan is a blogger, designer and consultant, and speaker who blogs and works from schmutzie.com, spreads gratitude through the graceinsmallthings.com social network, celebrates quality blogging with the canblogawards.com, and speaks all over. She has been seen in the Globe & Mail, Best Health and Woman's Day magazines, TEDxRegina, and on CBC News and Radio. She believes in and works to grow both personal and professional quality, genuine community, and meaningful content online.

Blackout Poem #7

The following blackout poem was created using a randomly chosen page out of Stephen King's Joyland. In this case, I used page 122.

She was preoccupied,
distracted.
I looked at my fingers,
embarrassed.
I blinked, angry,
full of gas.
I never owned it.

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Elan Morgan

Elan Morgan is a blogger, designer and consultant, and speaker who blogs and works from schmutzie.com, spreads gratitude through the graceinsmallthings.com social network, celebrates quality blogging with the canblogawards.com, and speaks all over. She has been seen in the Globe & Mail, Best Health and Woman's Day magazines, TEDxRegina, and on CBC News and Radio. She believes in and works to grow both personal and professional quality, genuine community, and meaningful content online.