These last few weeks have been. . . strange for me. I’ve had some health issues that have forced me to work less and focus on resting and recovering. Being still has never been a strong suit for me, and I’ve tried to see this whole experience as an opportunity to grow. As I am slowly transitioning back into part-time work this week, I’m feeling very grateful to be feeling better.
I hope you enjoy this month’s resource round up.
Interviews & Resources
Thanks to Bloomerang for including one of my recent blog posts in their monthly Nonprofit Wrap-Up.
3 Stories That Will Help Your Nonprofit Raise More Money This Year – a guest blog I wrote for EveryDayHero.
More Storytelling Tips
I could not recommend reading this enough! It’s Not What You Say, It’s How You Are by Mark Rovner.
The Sadness Game – a wonderful article on sadness and narrative interviewing.
I’ve been toying with the idea of resurrecting my video blogs. As I’ve been doing some research, I came across this video editing software that I’m eager to try.
Water Underground put together a beautiful digital information package for donors. I enjoyed the way the told the organization’s story.
A great example of a board member story from Journalism & Women Symposium.
Food for thought: Facebook is predicting the end of the written word.
50 Shades of YAY: Ways to Celebrate Success – because we could all use a little bit more celebration in our lives.