Welcome to the True Root Resource List!One of my favorite things to do is list my favorite things to do.
Yeah, I know, weird.
But I figured I might as well make this habit useful to others on the True Roots Resource page!
This is the start of a list of books, websites, and other resources that I have found especially helpful along the journey as I learn to grow from the ground up. Be sure to check back because I'll be updating the list as needed.
Feel free to comment with recommendations!
*Note: I have not been sponsored by any person or company on this list. If I ever am, I will let you know. I simply want to connect you with resources that you may find as helpful as I have!
Matters of the Heart:
- The Jesus Hearted Woman by Jodi Detrick Copyright 2011 Influence Resources. This is a great book for women of all ages who are involved in ministry,whether official or not.
- Ravi Zacharias Let My People Think Broadcasts. If you're wanting to go deep in faith matters, this is the podcast for you.
- Canva graphic design site is a very intuitive way to make online graphics for free. (For more technology resources, click here)
- Flashback Summer is a vintage fashion/hospitality blog. (Emileigh's my sister, but its a great blog with tons of great ideas to get you started!) www.flashbacksummer.com
- Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat by Melissa Joulwan. Smudge Publishing, LLC. This is a great book of recipes for Paleo and Whole30 eaters!
- Yoga with Adriene is one of my favorite yoga channels; she has videos for many different types of yoga, from Power to Yin to Bedtime.
- Nerd Fitness. This is a great resource for learning practical steps to develop a healthy lifestyle, including eating well, strength training, measuring progress etc. Writing with wit and humor, the author, Steve, is all about people making long-term life changes, and the site provides a community with which to develop those habits.
- The EntreLeadership Podcast, hosted by Chris Hogan, is a great resource for "lessons from Dave Ramsey on business, team building, and leadership".
- Ted Talks. I love these audio/video casts that range from topics like spoken word poetry, to scientific innovation, to comedy about the Middle East. If you're wanting to be more well-rounded, this is the place to be.
- Everest is an iPhone app that is like a social media hub for travelers. I have found it inspiring and informational, as I see people from all over the world post artful pictures of their travels, and am able to share my own.