Have you ever wished you could...
- Unpack emotional baggage and deal with the past
- Confront perfectionism and negative attitudes
- Change your perspective on your circumstances
- Let go of regret and shame
- Build positive healthy relationships
- Dream big and live with purpose
I found this book to be a very excellent tool to help me gain a new perspective in life. Rayburn uses humor and everyday things to get her point across. She is a down-to-earth, been there done that, speaks from experience author. She relates to her readers. Repurposed and Upcycled is a very encouraging and inspirational book to read.
You may visit the website here
Rayburn has graciously offered to give one of my readers an e-copy of her book. I'd love for you to visit her Trash to Treasure Decorating blog and tell me one item she has upcycled and repurposed that you just love. Look around at the different posts. You'll love her ideas and maybe even want to try some for yourself. Be sure to come back and leave a comment on your favorite item, along with a way to contact you. This giveaway will be open until Sept. 15th. I'll draw a winner from the comments on Sept. 16th.
Bonus if you follow my blog, either way: gfc or email Just be sure to tell me which way.
Michelle wants to help you connect the dots between faith, creativity, and everyday life and discover the joy of finding God in the most unexpected places. Years ago, she left her career as a registered nurse to raise her family, and along the way, she discovered her true passion for writing, speaking, and singing.
Michelle has written more than 100 articles for publication, and this is her debut book. Her writing has also appeared in Christian Communicator, Focus on the Family, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Vista, Queen of the Castle Magazine, and more. She has also written several Bible studies for ChristianBibleStudies.com, and does freelance editing and copy writing.
She has an Upcycled Cabinet Door to Serving Tray that she showed that was actually done by Kunika from the Pretty Homely blog. What a great idea.ReplyDelete
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I love the sofa table her father made from the top of the old piano. Beautiful!!ReplyDelete
I forgot to mention that I follow your blog by email. It's a different address, though. I also follow your blog on GFC and on my Blogger reader.ReplyDelete
The Sofa Table is lovely. I follow on GFC. gahome2mom/gmail/com Have a great weekend! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting me and my book! Nice to meet you and your readers.ReplyDelete