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Shout Out Saturday – Great Teachers

Shout Out Saturday – Great Teachers

Every month I share my Internet discoveries on my Shout Out Saturday blogs. The themes might vary from blogs only, to social media only or a mix of everything. Please visit these great writers! I am sure you will love what they are doing as well.

Time flies! I probably have already written it many times here, but that is how it goes. It seems like yesterday when I was sharing the Shout Out Saturday for April. But guess what? It is again time!

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I decided to call this one “Great Teachers” because one thing these blogs have in common is that they teach things. Not always DIY or craft projects, but also life lessons. May is being a month in which I am opening myself to new lessons and new discoveries. Even though I started walking outside and booked some progress, I am still far from being an active person. When all you can do is sit, why not learning new things? That is what I have been doing.

How about learning from these sites too? Check them out!

The Coconut Head’s Survival Guide

A cancer survivor, Holly is my kind of blogger. Shares from health tips to social media advice on her page. In other words, everything that is related to our life as bloggers and persons. Go check her story!

Cook With A Shoe

Charissa writes about budget and recipes. Her tips are straight forward and not only for those going through financial difficulties. It is a must-read.

Cresting The Hill

One of the great Australian bloggers I met on the blogosphere recently, Leanne writes about blogging, family and life in general. Make sure you check her quotes too.

Mary Denman

My photographer guru, Mary shares tips every Friday on how to take better pictures. It was an honor to have her joining the last Tip Tuesday Link Party. Mary teaches how to improve your images also when you use a mobile.

Zen Beginnings

The blog of Michele Cruz Rosado is like an oasis to me. Most of the time I am reading about fitness and branding related stuff. When I visit her Zen Beginnings, I relax and enjoy her beautiful articles.

Running With Perseverance

Coco is out there. Running, sharing her experiences and tips for athletes. If you are also interested in learning more about races, do visit her blog.

Live Life With Your Kids

I do not have kids my own, but I was a teacher before. I do not stop being concerned and interested in ways to raise and educate the little ones the best way possible. Check Belinda’s blog for great insights.

The Fab Journey

Shellie’s journey is amazing. I love her down to earth fitness tips. Visit her site and read about her transformation. An inspiring story.

Absolutely Tara

Tara’s blogs touches your heart. You can almost feel as if she were sitting next to you, reading her words out loud. Do not miss her “Life on Purpose” blogs.

The Health Minded

I have been living a healthy life for some years, but I know there is a lot I can still improve. Lori’s tips are perfect for everyone willing to live in balance.

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If you have been featured in this Shout Out Saturday (and on the previous ones as well, OF COURSE!), I have a little something for you… Please grab the button below and place it on your side and spread in on the social media. Let’s others know how much your brand is loved.

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Stop by it and repin their amazing content, please.

Have you also discovered some great blog(s) recently? Who would you like to see featured on my next Shout Out Saturday blog?

Life isn’t about getting and having. It’s about giving and being.

Wishing you all a great Saturday!


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Debbie Rodrigues

Debbie Rodrigues is a powerhouse Executive Assistant by day and a Planning aficionado by night. During her free time, when she is not cycling, you'll probably find her journaling.

Hello, my name is Debbie Rodrigues.

By day, I am a powerhouse Senior Executive Assistant; by night, I am a planning enthusiast. When I'm not cycling, you'll probably find me journaling in my free time.

On my website, you'll find tips to elevate your skill set, build confidence, improve productivity, and achieve success in the things that truly matter to you.