As summer gets seriously underway, Blogging Business Artisans members blog about June birthstones (did you know there is more than one?), art journaling, mini kippah designs, summer reading inspiration, remembering a pet who has gone away to the Rainbow Bridge, preparing your blog for a vacation, life transitions, cosmic art, and promoting handmade products. You’ll feel as if you’re on summer vacation as you visit these varied posts.
Did you know that the pearl and moonstone are two of June’s birthstones? Visit Duni of Duni’s Studio’s post, Monday Moodboard, to see some elegant ways to wear these lovely stones.
Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity shares her art journaling process in Morning Pages: Playing with the Moon and Stars.
Linda B. of Linor Store Jewelry, shares a review in Mini kippah – Client testimonial from one of her clients for a mini kippah she designed for a bat mitzvah. If you’re seeking a special piece of jewelry for a wedding, Jewish holiday or other occasion, Linda is always happy to design something for you.
If you’re looking for summer reading inspiration, look no further than Rose of randomcreative’s post, May: What I Read.
In Flashback Friday, Sharla of Beaded Tail’s cat, Angel, reminisces about her “sisfur,” Sadie, who went off to the Rainbow Bridge around this time five years ago.
Natasha of MermaidsWhispers , who is away from her blog this week, shares some tips about how to handle a blogging vacation in 5 Tips for Preparing your Blog for Vacation – How to Prepare Your Blog for a Trip—great advice for all of us who take some time off during the summer.
Cynthia of Antiquity Travelers compares her daughter’s transition from one college to another to her own life transitions at the same age in Life in Between as she enjoys beading and chats with her daughter, who is home for the summer.
Renée of Nouveau Niche focuses on Gemini and cosmic communication this month, as you’ll see when you visit Gemini Journey.
Pam of Magdalene Jewels discusses how to improve link referrals to items in your shop in Improvement’s on Etsy. If you post links to your products anywhere on social media, you’ll wish to incorporate her suggestion.
If you enjoyed these posts, be sure to return to Blogging Business Artisans next week for another round of posts!
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