We hope everyone was able to stay nice and warm this week! If you’re still experiencing a cold snap where you live (or maybe you wish you were!), Friday Faves is a great way to enjoy that warm cup of morning coffee.
MENTOR: Make a New Years Resolution to make an impact on a fellow professional Christian woman’s life this year. Unfortunately, two-thirds of professional women said in a recent study that a woman had NEVER mentored them. Let’s change that situation right now! Apply for the 4word Mentor Program and prepare to have your life changed in 2014 by being either a Mentor, a Mentee, or BOTH! The deadline to apply to be a part of the 4word Mentor Program is January 10, 2014!
RESTLESS HEART: Kelley Mathews with Faith Village interviews author Jennie Allen and discusses Jennie’s new book Restless, which focuses on women finding and knowing their purpose in life.
NATIONAL DEBT: Kelsey Harris with The Foundry uses a few clever graphics to truly put into perspective how massive the national debt has become.
KILLING YOUR STARTUP: Ana Yoerg with YFS Magazine warns startups to steer clear of these eight business beliefs that are more than likely stunting their growth.
GIVE BACK: Minda Zetlin with Inc. shares nine steps that businesses can take to start giving back to their communities in 2014.
Video of the Week
Does being cold make you sick? Find out in this entertaining (and scientific) video from AsapSCIENCE!
8 Ways Women Can Find Business Success in 2014 – Lisa Chau and Melissa Wilson share eight methods professional women can use to make networking the key to business success.
Dear Beautiful Girl – Rules – Karyn with Girl of Cardigan pens a beautiful note to her daughter about how powerful an effect something as simple as her infant grin has on the world.
Scripture Memorization for the Rest of Us: The Jesus Project #MemoryProject2014 – Ann Voskamp with A Holy Experience challenges Christians to make 2014 the year they dedicate themselves to hiding God’s Word in their hearts through the #MemoryProject2014.
A Pinterest Find
Ever wonder what you to do with the annual Christmas cards you receive from family and friends? Here are 5 unexpected ways the cards can live on throughout the year.