Speaking of Learn – you can master anything!

Speaking of Learn

Welcome to the Blog Party! This week our topic is Learn.

LEARN – to acquire knowledge of or skill in by study, instruction, or experience.

This means we are looking for everything and anything on the topic! How to learn, what to learn, tips for being a better student or teacher, really ANYTHING and EVERYTHING on the subject.

I’m going to start things off by directing you to three posts I think speak beautifully on the topic:

101 Life-Changing Things You Can Learn on Pinterest  By Perrie Samotin for StyleCaster. I LOVE this! “Pinterest is a staggering wealth of information about anything you’ve ever wanted to know.” but Perrie’s done the work for you by curating this awesome list!

Tim Ferriss shares how to master any skill by deconstructing it [Video] A MUST Watch video by Tim Ferriss, the guy behind The 4 Hour Work Week, The 4 Hour Body and The 4 Hour Chef, took the stage at TNW Conference in Amsterdam to discuss how you can master almost any skill …

10 Things We Can Learn From Old Homesteads By Stephanie Dayle ” if you have ever had the privilege of walking around one, you will find there are still plenty things they can teach us about self-reliance, values and priorities.” Terrific article by a new to me blogger!

Here are the ground rules for this party:

  1. Share NEW and OLD posts on the topic. This is your chance to share your favorite posts. If they fit the topic and you think we could benefit it doesn’t matter when you wrote it. Wisdom is timeless!
  2. Share your’s and other’s posts! Ran across a timely tidbit? Let us hear about it too! When sharing someone else’s posts let us know that in a comment.
  3. Leave a comment after posting letting us know why you think the post is worth our time. We are building a knowledge library and your context makes it all the more valuable!
  4. Have Fun! I hope to make this party a fun and valuable addition to your weekend blog hopping.

Note: If you don’t have a blog to share, photos, ETSY collections and essays are most welcome. Let me know if you need help linking them up!

I look forward to visiting all the treasures YOU add to the collection!
Outrageous Joy,


P.S. Next week we will be “Speaking of Grieve” and looking for posts and places that will foster this Bliss Habit!

GRIEVE – to feel great sorrow or distress, esp at the death of someone. [Particularly the allowing of]

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